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4th Street Forum - Program #1218

[Original Airdate: April 11, 2014] On the Road to UW-Milwaukee Student Union's Alumni Fireside Lounge City As Solution: Building the New Urban Agenda Cities are centers for innovation and are economic drivers. They attract young, creative...

Marcus White
With host:
Marcus White

Vice President of Community Partnerships
Greater Milwaukee Foundation
http://www.GreaterMilwaukeeFoundation.org

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Next Forum:

Marcus White
With host:
Marcus White

Vice President of Community Partnerships
Greater Milwaukee Foundation

http://www.GreaterMilwaukeeFoundation.org


Mandela Barnes
And with guests:

Mandela Barnes
Wisconsin State Representative



Darryl Morin

Darryl Morin
National Vice President
Midwest League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)



Paru Shah, PhD

Paru Shah, PhD
Associate Professor of Political Science
UW-Milwaukee



The Weeks Ahead:

Forum Date: Thursday, October 9, 2014,

MPTV Channel 36.1 Broadcast Dates:

New programming begins October 2014.

April 10, 2014 marks the final 4th Street Forum for the season. You can watch past programs all summer long on Milwaukee Public Television. Please check the website for the rebroadcast schedule. New programming begins October 2014.

MPTV Channel 36.1 Broadcast Dates:
Friday, October 17, 2014, 7:30PM and Sunday, October 19, 2014, 10:00AM

Election 2014: Part TWO - Race, Youth, and Wisconsin's Future

We’re back this week with the second half of Election 2014: Part 2 - RACE, YOUTH, AND WISCONSIN'S FUTURE, which was recorded from the studios of 88.9 Radio and is in collaboration with the Hispanic Professionals of Greater Milwaukee.

Marcus White
With host:
Marcus White

Vice President of Community Partnerships
Greater Milwaukee Foundation

http://www.GreaterMilwaukeeFoundation.org


Mandela Barnes
And with guests:

Mandela Barnes
Wisconsin State Representative



Darryl Morin

Darryl Morin
National Vice President
Midwest League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)



MPTV Channel 36.1 Broadcast Dates:

MPTV and Milwaukee Public Radio Collaborate

Over the next 6 months, Milwaukee Public TV and Milwaukee Public Radio will present a series of programs examining the interlocking issues of Wisconsin's high incarceration rate for black men. We'll look at how families and the community are affected and what needs to be done to reduce the number of black men going to jail. The last two shows in November - "Building a Safe Community for All" and "Racial and Gender Bias: Persistent and Subtle?" - are part of the series.

Black Men in Prison Series - MPTV and Milwaukee Public Radio Collaboration
And with guest:

Black Men in Prison Series - MPTV and Milwaukee Public Radio Collaboration




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