On the heels of his destructive budget proposal, Milwaukee area residents will gather with Alderwoman Chantia Lewis and Supervisor Marcelia Nicholson to discuss how President Trump’s economic agenda has impacted working Wisconsinites
MILWAUKEE, Wis. — TOMORROW, February 13, 2020, Opportunity Wisconsin will hold a community roundtable at Coffee Makes You Black to uplift the stories of working-and middle-class Wisconsinites who are struggling under President Trump’s economic agenda. This event comes days after President Trump unveiled his 2021 budget, which significantly slashes programs and services aimed at supporting Wisconsin’s workers, while giving a leg up to the wealthy and well-connected. Opportunity Wisconsin will be joined by community members who have been personally impacted by President Trump’s economic agenda.
Opportunity Wisconsin Community Roundtable
Coffee Makes You Black
2803 N Teutonia Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53206
February 13, 2020
10:00 AM CT
Chantia Lewis – President, My Lewis Company; Alderwoman, City of Milwaukee; Opportunity Wisconsin Steering Committee member
Marcelia Nicholson – Vice President, Milwaukee Area Service and Hospitality Workers Organization (MASH); Vice-Chairwoman, Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors
Community members who have been impacted by President Trump’s economic agenda.
Members of the media wishing to attend can email [email protected]