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Beverly Taylor speaks with filmmaker and former TV journalist Joanne Williams in this episode of The 411 Live. Joanne Williams is finishing up a documentary about a controversial play that included two very different schools of Wisconsin, one white and one black, collaborating in a production in 1966. She initially started the film to tell the story of that production but through her research found herself in a story bigger than her own. Join Joanne Williams in the discovery of a narrative that came alive in our very own community.
Joanne Williams – Filmmaker|Fox 6 News Anchor/Reporter
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