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Next Episode - Thursday, September 1, 7:30 PM, 10.1

This was the opportunity of a lifetime. All these artists had to do was paint four paintings in five hours and they would be $20,000 richer. A unique March Madness style painting tournament took place in Wauwatosa in early June. Find out who won and what their plans are for all that money. Then, a Denver artist makes miniature scenes from repurposed goods. Watch how he turns old TVs, clocks, and radios into beautiful works of art and find out why he's nicknamed after a major holiday. Plus, meet a family who is creating a community with the art of acrobatics.

Next Episode - Thursday, August 18, 7:30 PM, 10.1

Hosted by veteran newswoman Portia Young, 10THIRTYSIX goes in-depth to tell compelling stories and documentaries about issues and concerns, the successes, and about the people living and working in our southeastern Wisconsin communities.

Next Episode - Thursday, August 25, 7:30 PM

ADELANTE talks with Tiodolo de la Garza, an Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse therapist at the Milwaukee LGBT Community Center. He shares his personal and professional experience with mental health. Also, José Elías Garcia Joven, Ph.D. is the District Mathematics Curriculum Specialist at Milwaukee Public Schools, and he is suing MPS for discrimination of origin. We get his take on the shortage of teachers and how districts can retain and support them. Also, ADELANTE producer Mariano Avila continues his series on The American Dream.

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Next Episode - Thursday, August 11, 7:30 pm, 10.1

On August 28, 1963 roughly 250,000 Americans participated in the “ Great March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.” Organized by labor and social activists A. Philip Randolph and Bayard Rustin, the event brought together major Civil Rights Organizations, Labor Unions, religious leaders, and ordinary citizens who sought economic and social justice for black Americans. Many Wisconsinites participated in the March. Host Joanne Williams recounts the events leading to the March, talks with participants Ted Mack (Milwaukee’s CORE Chapter); Cong. John Lewis (one of the ten organizers); Vel Phillips (first African-American and woman on Milwaukee’s Common Council); Kurt L. Schmoke, (former Mayor of Baltimore, MD,); and Rachelle Horowitz (Transportation Coordinator for Bayard Rustin).

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