“This is not the end of anything. This is really in many ways, a very, very important chapter in American history and an important chapter in police-community relations.”
Christine Groppi feels the legacy of her father’s historic protests – but also the pull of today’s cause.
The Peoples Revolution’s marches for racial justice have reached a milestone also accomplished by Groppi’s fair housing protests in the ’60s.
A look back at one of Kenosha’s darkest moments.
Here’s what happened in Wauwatosa last night.
And she uses these masks to give back to the community
The lives of three leaders of Milwaukee’s new protest movement have prepared them for this battle for equity and racial justice.
The movement is calling for change in Wisconsin law enforcement.
Grab your headphones for this timely and important listen.
After marching 750 miles, Frank Nitty isn’t asking for change, he’s demanding it.