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Author: Ted Eytan

A world upside down after the 1968 assassination of MLK

With the 50th Anniversary of Milwaukee’s Open Housing Marches, a lot of time and energy has been spent on reviewing the legacy of that era. Had there not been photographs taken during those historic events, the perspective and narrative would have been lost to future generations. Milwaukee was not alone in upheaval, as cities across the nation experienced a similar drive for Civil Rights, with privileged populations pushing back against that change for equality. The country’s capital, Washington DC, is often maligned for the social issues it faces. But as a federal city and center of national power, what...

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