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Video: From Iranian Revolution to 24-hour news cycleJul 21, 2017
In the immediate aftermath of
In the immediate aftermath of the fаtаl 2016 pоlіcе shооting of Phіlandо Castіle in a Minnesota suburb, there were heart-wrenching moments shared in the back of a pоlіcе car between Castіle’s girlfriend and her daughter.
The video released shows Dіamond Rеynolds with her four-year-old daughter. An emotional Rеynolds is heard shouting an expletive, and her daughter pleads with her to be quiet so that she won’t “get shооted.” Later, when Rеynolds says she wishes she could take her handcuffs off, her daughter again implores: “No, please don’t, I don’t want you to get shооted.”
These pain-filled words, “I Don’t Want You To Get Shооted”, of this four-year-old baby, is the theme for our Second Annual Black Lives Matter event at Alice’s Garden Urban Farm. Join us as we lift up community voices and concerns, as we all struggle to find our way through the, too-often, lack of justice and compassion in this nation for Black people.
(Wednesday) 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm CST
2136 N 21st St, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53205
The perks of working downtown,
The perks of working downtown, and we know there are plenty, are about to get even better! Downtown Employee Appreciation Week is back to reward downtown Milwaukee’s dedicated workforce with a week of incentives! The fun-filled workweek features daily giveaways, Office Challenge Games presented by Refuge Café, employee discounts and much, much more. So round up your co-workers and join us on your next assignment.
July 31 (Monday) 11:45 am - August 4 (Friday) 1:00 pm CST
Red Arrow Park
920 N Water St Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202