Thursday on Lake Effect:
A look at how reforming Wisconsin’s expungement law could make a big difference for jobless people in the Milwaukee area. Then, what the Milwaukee County Poor Farm Cemetery Project is doing to learn more about the people buried in public lots. Later, how Milwaukee's PrideFest offers local LGBTQ artists a chance to show off the creativity of the community. Plus, Milwaukee Magazine’s Carole Nicksin shares the magazine’s annual city guide issue and offers her top 10 list of summer activities around town.
- Joe Peterangelo, senior researcher, Wisconsin Policy Forum
- Patricia Richards, director, Milwaukee County Poor Farm Cemetery Project
- Kewii, musician; Sarah Tybring, manager, Women's Spot Stage at Pridefest
- Carole Nicksin, publisher and editor, Milwaukee Magazine