Now showing items 1-6 of 6
From the Three Greenbelt Towns: Lessons for Today's Community Builders [poster]
Ahrentzen's lecture is a historical-comparative examination of the three communities (including the Milwaukee suburb of Greendale) in the Greenbelt Towns Program initiated by the U.S. federal government in the 1930s.
Socialism in the City: The Original "Milwaukee Idea"
Alinder and McGuinness examine the history of socialism in the United States generally and in Milwaukee particularly.
Starving for Revolution: The Milwaukee Black Panther Party's Struggle to Feed the Hungry
Lecture demonstrates how the efforts of the Milwaukee Black Panther party challenged Milwaukeeans to confront hunger among the poor and led to the formation of the Milwaukee Hunger Task Force, one of two large food banks ...
Red Networks: Women Writers and the Broadcast Blacklist
Transcript and bibliography for the 39th Annual Fromkin Memorial Lecture, "Red Networks: Women Writers and the Broadcast Blacklist" by Carol A. Stabile. The item also includes a promotional poster for the event.
Three Strikes: Substance Abusing, Female, and In Jail
Transcript and bibliography for the 38th Annual Fromkin Memorial Lecture, "Three Strikes: Substance Abusing, Female, and In Jail. Item also includes a promotional poster for the lecture.
Wisconsin's Progressive Tradition and a Century of Reform
Video of U.S. Senator Russ Feingold delivering the 2009 Fromkin Lecture, "Wisconsin's Progressive Tradition and a Century of Reform". Also included is a poster advertising the event.