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In this episode of The 411 Live, you will learn that we are seeing several side-effects of racial segregation today in Milwaukee. White people in Milwaukee are 36% of the population, but they have 71% of the jobs in the city of Milwaukee. Black people are 38% of the population, they only have about 21% of the jobs in the city of Milwaukee. This is only one side-effect in only one city of America of institutionalized segregation and racial discrimination and yet this simple statistic screams “something is not right here.” Learn more about our countries past and how we can educate for tomorrow.
Join us as Beverly Taylor talks to Reggie Jackson, Co-Founder & Lead Trainer/Consultant of Nurturing Diversity Partners and the past head griot at America’s Black Holocaust Museum. We are a non-profit organization and your financial support will help us continue to help us help you through outreach and education. All contributions made to The 411 Live is tax-deductible to the extent permissible by law.
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