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Earl appears at the 2:36 – 3:40 MM.
It’s been said that leaders aren’t made but they are born…Earl Ingram Jr. is such an example and excudes leadership within the Milwaukee Community daily. I’ll just speak on what … Continue reading
We are calling on those who lived this experience to share their stories with us in special listening sessions Tuesday, November 15th and Wednesday November 16th from 5 pm to 8 pm and again November 19th from 10 am to 1 pm. We will meet at North Division Room #102, 1011 West Center Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
We are looking for all those who participated in the demonstrations, served on the NAACP Youth Council, Commandos, and all organizations that led or joined in some way, the historic Milwaukee’s Civil Rights Movement.
If you are interested in attending and would like more information please call 414-397-8661 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Otherwise we would love to see you at the meetings. Please share this announcement with everyone. We want to make sure we honor and thank you for your courage and brave acts that moved Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and the nation so powerfully.
Frederick Alexander Meade Writing Seminar FOR EVERYONE!!
July 30th 2011
1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Wisconsin Black Historical Society/ Museum
2620 West Center Street, Milwaukee, WI 53206
Phone: 414-372-7677 / Email: email@example.com
Mr. Meade will visit Milwaukee to work with aspiring writers!
Please encourage all writers to attend and meet with Mr. Meade to learn more about writing as he shares his experiences and provides advice regarding the field.
Session I: The Power of the Written Word
Session II: The Field of Journalism (How to get published, working with editors etc…)
Activist say that without doubt, Reverend Al Sharpton tried to set up for the re-capture the FBI wanted escapee/fugitive Joann Chesimard aka; Assata Shukur! By Ron Howell, Newsday, Friday 21 October … Continue reading