Tuesday on Lake Effect: George Marshall Clark, Fair Housing Marcher, Pandemic Oral Health
We learn about the 1861 lynching of George Marshall Clark in Milwaukee and an activist’s efforts to publicly memorialize him today. Then, we speak with someone who took part in the historic march across the 16th Street Viaduct in Milwaukee. We’ll tell you about a new exhibit at the Jewish Museum Milwaukee that explores artwork depicting life in a Nazi ghetto. Plus, we look at how the pandemic could be impacting your teeth.
- Tyrone Randle, Milwaukee community activists; Garen Morris, sales counselor at Forest Home Cemetery
- Joseph Baring, former member of NAACP Youth Council Commandos
- Molly Dubin, curator for Jewish Museum Milwaukee
- Dr. Yasser Khaled, assistant professor at the Marquette School of Dentistry