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Why Milwaukee erupted 48 years later; Groppi, roots of race division

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We will discuss the Milwaukee burning that happened just yesterday and the violence of the streets.  A forty year battle stemming from the fair housing movement with Father Groppi and the Milwaukee 14.  The racial tension between old Polish and German neighborhoods and unwanted Black families until present day.

We also will discuss Iranian woman who held a banner up at the Olympics to protest Muslim women who can't watch stadium events at home.

WE HAD A GUEST CALLER FROM THE U.S. MILITARY WHO LIVES IN GEORGIA WHO SAID THAT CIVILIANS IN IRAQ ARE AND WERE TREATED BETTER THAN TAX PAYING AMERICANS WHILE HE SERVED.  HE SAID THAT IN THE U.S. ARMY, NO SOLDIER COULD SHOOT AT AN iRAQI UNLESS HE TRIED TO SHOOT FIRST.  HE IS DISGUISTED WITH THE WAY LAW  ENFORCEMENT TREATS AMERICAN CIVILIANS.  THE GUEST CALLER SAID THAT THE WAY AMERICAN CIVILIANS ARE APPROACHED VIOLATES CONSTITUTIONAL PREMISES.

We also had a law and order military veteran come on the show and attempted to refute everyone's opinion without fully listening.  He tried to vett the victims & only target their past.

 

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