Join us for this important discussion of housing in Milwaukee. The presentation is part of “200 Nights of Freedom,” a series of events commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Milwaukee civil rights marches for school desegregation and fair housing.
The program is co-sponsored by UW-Milwaukee Black Culture Center and The Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council.
A panel of speakers will discuss the history of housing in Milwaukee, how it was affected by policy and race relations, and what is needed for true fair housing.
Raphael F. Ramos, J.D., Eviction Defense Project Coordinator, Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc. Robert S. Smith, Professor, History Department, Marquette University/Director, Center for Urban Research Teaching & Outreach Kori Schneider Peragine, Senior Administrator, Inclusive Communities Program, Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council
For more information, visit www.lwvmilwaukee.org