Join Apra Wisconsin for a virtual lunch and learn event with Reggie Jackson.
The Hidden Impact of Segregation
Residential segregation did not happen by accident – and it has many damaging ramifications for our communities’ and country’s well-being. This talk uncovers the little known political, economic, and social forces that created and maintain residential segregation locally and nationally. In a lecture that is both data-based and surprisingly engaging, Reggie Jackson illuminates the roles of federal and local governments, the real estate industry, and a de- industrializing economy in creating this situation.
Reggie Jackson is a Griot at the America's Black Holocaust Museum (abhmuseum.org), located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, an organization whose mission builds public awareness of the harmful legacies of slavery and Jim Crow in America and promotes racial repair, reconciliation, and healing. The physical museum has just reopened in Milwaukee. For those unable to visit in person, their extensive virtual museum can be accessed anywhere worldwide.
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