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Republicans, The Party of Whiteness in 2018

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THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED ON THIS PAGE ARE NOT NECESSARILY THOSE OF 860 WNOV AM/W293CX FM. By Roger Caldwell In 2018, all Americans would like to believe that racism is over, and the society is moving toward equality and certain inalienable rights for everyone. Both parties, the Democrats and Republicans
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MCW and GMF Pursue New Community-Based Partnership

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Collaboration, building on Flourishing Lives Initiative, will cultivate stronger, healthier communities

Milwaukee – Recognizing an opportunity for enhanced impact around aligned goals, the Greater Milwaukee Foundation and the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) are evaluating a significant partnership to advance joint efforts designed to improve health and strengthen
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Common Council Passes an Amended 2019 City Budget

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By Alderman Ashanti Hamilton Common Council President City of Milwaukee -  This past Tuesday the Common Council voted to pass an amended 2019 City Budget which include five vetoes from the Mayor that the Council as a body chose to override. Now that the Mayor has signed the budget
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Local Business Wanted For Possible 2020 MKE DNC

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By Nyesha Stone -  Milwaukeeans should be proud to know we beat out cities like Atlanta and New York for the 2020 Democratic National Convention (DNC) bid. Milwaukee has made it to the top three finalists as we compete against Miami and Houston. Since we actually have a
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Earnell Lucas’ Senior Executives Make MCSO History

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On Nov. 29, Milwaukee County Sheriff-elect Earnell Lucas named leaders in the law enforcement, communications and legal professions to executive positions in the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office. Lucas announced the appointments of Denita Ball as Chief Deputy Sheriff, Faithe Colas as Director of Public Affairs and Community
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