Lake Effect Weekend: Black Women Firsts Series, Bubbler Talk
This weekend on Lake Effect:
As we wrap up Black History Month we revisit our series "Black Women Firsts." We hear from three black women who were the first to hold their respective positions, including state superintendent, Carolyn Stanford Taylor. Then, we chat with the first black female president of Marquette University’s School of Dentistry. And the artist in residence at the Pfister Hotel talks about how she’s using her role to inspire others. Plus, Bubbler Talk explores Milwaukee's underground pools and baths.
- Carolyn Stanford Taylor, Wisconsin State Superintendent
- Chante Parke, class president of Marquette University's School of Dentistry
- Rosy Petri, artist in residence at the Pfister Hotel
- Bubbler Talk