Alexander shines  spotlight on racial undercaste in America

Alexander shines spotlight on racial undercaste in America

by JoAhne Penney, Times Mequon Campus Editor

In her book, “The New Jim Crow:  Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness,” renown author, civil rights attorney and associate law professor, Michelle Alexander...  Read More »

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Solidarity rally; black and brown lives matter

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Mass incarceration and illegal mass immigrant deportation...  Read More »

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Aliens and androids land at the Milwaukee Public Museum

Aliens and androids land at the Milwaukee Public Museum

by Teresa Rae Butler, Times Staff Reporter

Turn back now, or go? It’s quite possibly one of the most intriguing things to ask about coming to see the sci-fi thrilling, Alien Worlds and Androids exhibit at the Milwaukee...  Read More »

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Ebola: An iceberg of media attention

Ebola: An iceberg of media attention

Ebola, also known as Ebola Virus Disease or Hemorrhagic Fever, is about as pleasant of a disease as it sounds. The onset of symptoms may be experienced anywhere between two...  Read More »

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‘The Color Purple’ retells rich story on Rep stage

‘The Color Purple’ retells rich story on Rep stage

by Kourtney Stevens, Times Opinions Editior

“The Color Purple,” a glorious musical saga featuring an outstanding, multi-talented cast, opened in the Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s Quadracci Powerhouse on Sept....  Read More »

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Maker Faire delights with creativity

Maker Faire delights with creativity

by Kerry Lynch, Times Photographer

Artists, inventors, techie nerds, and innovation lovers all found something inspirational at Maker Faire Milwaukee, held Sept. 27 and 28 at Wisconsin State Fair Park.  Exhibitors...  Read More »

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How big of a health threat is Ebola to the U.S.?

How big of a health threat is Ebola to the U.S.?

by Samantha Palacios, Times Staff Reporter

The current Ebola crisis, which began early this year, has devestated Africa with record- breaking rates. Almost 7,500 cases have been reported and close to 3,500 people...  Read More »

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