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Zeidler Lecture program - Thursday September 26

MarchonWashington1963.pngThe Struggle for Civil & Economic Rights: 50 Years after the March on Washington
7:00 p.m. Thursday, September 26, 2013
CENTENNIAL HALL, Milwaukee Public Library
733 North 8th Street
(Free and Open to the Public)

A lively Q&A interchange led by James Causey,
Editorial writer and Columnist, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, featuring:

Sheila Cochran
Chief Operating Officer/Secretary-Treasurer

Rev. Joseph E. Ellwanger, ELCA & MICAH
As a Pastor, he worked closely with Martin Luther King Jr. in Birmingham, Alabama

Rev. Dr. Trinette V. McCray, Past President, Amer. Baptist Churches, USA
Ordained by Rev. Ralph Abernathy, she participated in the 50th Anniversary March in Washington, D.C.

The 6th Annual Frank P. Zeidler Memorial Lecture celebrates the life, ideals and work of one of Milwaukee's greatest public servants, who served as Mayor of the city from 1948 to 1960. It was Mayor Zeidler's belief that America's urban centers like the City of Milwaukee are the best places to advance human progress.

Contact Information:
International Institute of Wisconsin
Phone: 414-225-6220
Email: gshellman@aol.com


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