On March 23, Milwaukee PBS’ 10thirtysix broadcast a one-hour interactive special that offered answers to some of the lead problems facing Milwaukee and several of its suburbs. Milwaukee PBS would like to thank our viewers who tuned in and asked questions.
If you missed the news magazine’s special edition, it’s not too late to watch the program and benefit from the experts who participated. Those experts included Bevan Baker, Commissioner of Health, Milwaukee; Dr. Patricia McManus, President and CEO of the Black Health Coalition of Wisconsin, Inc.; James Causey, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter; and Susan Bence, WUWM environmental reporter.
Health specialists from Aurora Health Care, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin and Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers also participated in answering questions.
Encore presentations will be broadcast:
Milwaukee PBS 10
Saturday, 3/25, 8:00 AM
Sunday, 3/26, 10:30 AM
Milwaukee PBS 36
Sunday, 3/26, 5:00 PM
Monday, 3/27, 6:00 PM
Wednesday, 3/29, 4:00 AM
Saturday, 4/1, 9:00 AM
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