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Breaking the “Privileged Wall of Silence” for Justice: An Apology to Dr. King from a White Moderate

Dear Dr. King, I wish I’d have written this sooner. Indeed I should have, but doing so was simply not possible, as it’s taken me this long to realize that these were words that needed to be said —...
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Milwaukee Tool to expand Wisconsin footprint with investment in Menomonee Falls campus

Governor Tony Evers, together with senior leaders of Milwaukee Tool, local government officials, and regional economic development officials, recently announced that the company would be expanding...
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Lawmakers push to make English the official language of Wisconsin in latest anti-immigrant effort

Republican lawmakers have resurrected yet another anti-immigrant bill, this time in an effort to make English the official language in Wisconsin. It is a renewal of their argument that the measure...
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First-of-its-kind portal launched by Milwaukee 2020 Host Committee offers searchable venue database

The Milwaukee 2020 Host Committee recently launched its Venue Search Portal, a first-of-its-kind digital search platform that features information about over 400 venues from across Milwaukee and the...
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Milwaukee Museum Week returns for second year with a wide collection of local cultural interests

The second annual Milwaukee Museum Week takes place January 18 to 26 with fun events, interesting programs, and special experiences to participate in at seventeen Milwaukee museums. The special week...
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Seeing scarcity in a world of abundance: When American Christians stopped caring about others

I used to think I was a Christian. I was raised in a Christian home and went to a Christian school. After a few meandering spiritual wilderness years I attended a Christian seminary, became a...
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