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Story and photo courtesy of Andrea Waxman - Milwaukee Neighborhood News
Five years after Ezzard White established his One Hope Made Strong (OHMS) training program for central city residents, 10 of his trainees are working on the Legacy Lofts project on North Avenue between 15th and 16th streets. Read More

10thirtysix | Program | #211

[Original Airdate: August 16, 208]

We’ll bring you the story of The American Dream that’s alive and well in Marathon County, Wisconsin where a family of Hmong refugees has found peace and prosperity on their ginseng farm. We’ll also show you what some creative Franklin High School students are up to, and we’ll take you to a Wauwatosa chocolate shop where social justice is the main ingredient.

Lee Matz, Milwaukee Independent
Milwaukee Declared A Purple Heart City and County on Medal's 236th Anniversary.
Laura Marshall - The Sticky Life
Safe Families - a blog post by Laura Marshall, used with permission.
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Ideas for a Better Life and Brighter Future
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View from Above - Oriental Theatre

Now home to Milwaukee Film, the Oriental Theatre will be airing a premiere viewing of "Betty White: First Woman of Television" on August 18. Drone Operator Chris Michalski provides a view above the Oriental Theatre.