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Martin Luther King Jr. visited Milwaukee in 1957

Martin Luther King Jr.'s first speech in Milwaukee happened in 1957 at the Grand Avenue Congregational Church (now the Irish Cultural & Heritage Center). The Milwaukee Journal refers to 28-year-old King as "a symbol of the struggle for equal rights." The Journal went on to say that King gave a reasoned but passionate speech. 

 

Monarch Butterfly / Mexican Folk Art Collective

Thursday, December 1, 7:30 PM, CH 10.1

The Monarch butterfly has been placed on the endangered species list. Two biologists - one in Madison and another in Mexico - are working together to protect this butterfly. Gabriela Marvan from Viroqua is a Mexican folk artist, who has created Mexican Folk Art Collective sits down to discuss a art exhibit.

Pavement Muralist

A local artist is using her talent to add beauty to Milwaukee and to slow down traffic.

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