Madison, 1967. A big year for the Madison Equal Opportunities Commission. It wins passage of an historic expansion of the fair housing ordinance. It holds riveting public hearings into the state of police-community relations, and issues a disturbing report. But it loses its chair, Rev. James C. Wright, off for a planned two years at a seminary in Ilinois.
About Madison in the Sixties
Topical tales of Madison's influential people and critical events from long ago.