Monday on Lake Effect: Nazi Atrocities, Social Innovators, Camp for Visually Impaired Kids
Monday on Lake Effect:
Why we’re only today learning about Nazi atrocities in the former Soviet Union. Later, an upcoming effort at Marquette University seeks to give would-be social innovators a boost; while a Marquette student uses his own experience as a visually impaired man to start a summer camp for kids dealing with the same challenges. And a woman starts a language and arts institute in perhaps an unlikely place – Slinger, Wisconsin.
- Fr. Patrick Desbois, Catholic priest, Yahad-In Unum
- Kelsey Otero and Fr. Nicky Santos, Marquette Social Innovation Inititative
- Ian Kloehn, Vision Forward/Marquette student and founder of camp for visually impaired kids
- Wendy Olsen, Slinger Academy of Language and Arts