On this day in 1961, the NAACP branch in Monroe, North Carolina presented a ten point program for racial equality to their city council. Robert F. Williams was the main […]
Madison in the Sixties – February, 1962 With no progress coming on state or federal efforts for a strong civil rights bill, Attorney Lloyd Barbee, the former president of the […]
Madison, July 1961 On the 14th, city planners report that State Street suffers from traffic congestion, inadequate parking, and bad design and they recommend a coordinated, three-phase improvement plan.[i] They’re […]
“Sifting and Winnowing and Film Burning: The Film UW Restricted” will be presented this Sunday, April 18 at 6 p.m. on PBS Wisconsin, presented by PBS Wisconsin and the UW […]
Helena White interviews Rhonda Greer Robinson, President of the Rockford NAACP, about the impact of climate change and environmental racism on the black community in northern Illinois.
MADISON (WORT) — Kermit Hovey interviews Director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program Jacqui Patterson at the 2015 RENEW Wisconsin Policy Summit.