Monday on Lake Effect: youth incarceration & mental health, George Marshall Clark headstone, history of BBQ, father & son musicians
Today on Lake Effect, we'll explore how being incarcerated at a young age can impact mental health. We’ll visit the gravesite of Milwaukee’s only known Black lynching victim and see how the effort to memorialize him has come full circle. A culinary historian shares how he’s working to restore African Americans to the center of America’s barbecue history. Plus, we’ll speak with a father-son duo keeping the tradition of Latin music alive in Wisconsin.
- Sharlen Moore, executive director of Urban Underground; Dr. Henry Boeh, psychologist; Clem Richardson, substance use counselor with Project RETURN
- Adrian Miller, soul food scholar & culinary historian
- Cecil Negron & Cecilio Negron Jr., percussion masters in the bands Cache and De La Buena