Race and Segregation in Milwaukee: A Conversation with Leaders in the Near West Side
Marquette University affirms its ongoing commitment to human dignity by engaging the community of civic and religious leaders who seek reconciliation and improvement in the quality of life across Milwaukee. We hope that you will join us for a panel discussion related to the historic issues of racial injustice and segregation facing our community, and the ways in which leaders in the Near West Side are thinking about and addressing issues of inequality, and striving towards a more just community. Following the panel discussion, pre-registered attendees will be invited to participate in a meal and dialogue facilitated by the Zeidler Center about opportunities to implement change.
Dr. Xavier Cole, Vice President for Student Affairs, Marquette University
Rev. Lisa Bates-Froiland, Ph.D., Pastor, Redeemer Lutheran Church
Dr. Howard Fuller, Distinguished Professor of Education, Marquette University
Dr. Michael R. Lovell, President, Marquette University
Rev. Michael Marco, S.J., President, Marquette University High School
Vivian King, Vice President for Community Relations, Aurora Health Care
F. Zeidler Center for Public Discussion. Please visit zeidlercenter.org for more information.
Location and Time
Thursday, November 3
6 p.m. Panel Discussion
7 – 8:30 p.m. Dialogue Dinner
Redeemer Lutheran Church, 631 North 19th Street, Milwaukee
Pre-registration is encouraged. Seating is limited for the dialogue dinner. For questions or special needs, please contact University Special Events at firstname.lastname@example.org or (414) 288-7431.
About Dialogue Dinners
After the panel discussion, there will be an optional dinner where pre-registered attendees will be invited to participate in a meal and dialogue facilitated by the Zeidler Center about opportunities to implement change.
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