Friday on Lake Effect: Early Education in Milwaukee, Zeddie Hyler Home, 'Aftershock' Book
Friday on Lake Effect:
We examine the shortage of early childhood education opportunities in Milwaukee. Then, we discuss what it took for the first home built by a black man in Wauwatosa to become an historic landmark. Plus, we speak with the co-authors of the new book Aftershock, which examines the last year of World War II through the eyes of soldier photographers.
- Jeannie Fenceroy, senior manager of education and scholarships, Greater Milwaukee Foundation; Andrea Libber, director of prevention advocacy, The Parenting Network
- Jan Wilberg, essayist
- Gerald Williamson, owner of historic Zeddie Hyler home
- Rich Cahan & Mark Jacob, authors, Aftershock: The Human Toll of War