The site of white construction workers working on Dr. Martin Luther King Drive while able bodied and unemployed Black men walk up and down the street speaks volumes to the hyper-segregation–even racism–that still exists in Milwaukee’s labor market. We could not find one Black man or woman working on the reconstruction of the street named after a man who tried to bring all the races together in the fight for economic reciprocity and civil rights. How ironic and sad! (Photos by Harry Kemp)
August 17, 2012 //
Question of the week: "Recently two former Negro Baseball League stars were honored by the Milwauk...
July 31, 2012 //
Dr. Camara P. Jones, research director on Social Determinants of Health and Equity, Divi...