Thursday on Lake Effect:
We learn about a new exhibit at Jewish Museum Milwaukee that explores the life of a young woman growing up in the Łódź Ghetto. Then, why Harry Windsor and Meghan Markle leaving behind their royal duties may have bigger implications about race relations in the UK. Plus, the first Innovator-in-Residence at Marquette University talks about the drive to create useful ideas and products.
- Molly Dubin, curator, Jewish Museum Milwaukee; Jakub Nowakowski, director, Galicia Jewish Museum in Krakow, Poland
- Nat Godley, history professor, Alverno College
- Chuck Swoboda, innovator-in-residence, Marquette University