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NAACP Milwaukee: links to reports created by the Crime and Justice Institute per requirements of the ACLU Settlement Agreement

City of Milwaukee Settlement Agreement Crime and Justice Institute Reports. Charles Collins, et al. v. the City of Milwaukee, et al. lawsuit.  (https://www.aclu.org/legal-document/settlement-agreement-executed-parties) The FPC is uploading the MPD data required by the Settlement Agreement here: https://data.milwaukee.gov/organization/fire-and-police-commission Crime and Justice Institute visits FPC March 27, 2019 (video) http://milwaukee.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=2&clip_id=1936 First Annual Report September 2019 https://city.milwaukee.gov/ImageLibrary/Groups/cityFPC/Reports/Crime-and-Justice-Institute/CJIAnnualReport2019CityofMilwaukeeSettlementAgreement.pdf Semiannual Analysis […]

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NAACP Milwaukee and the ACLU addressing the rising risk of COVID 19 and those incarcerated with Lt. Governor

January 11, 2021 Lieutenant Governor Barnes Wisconsin State Capitol Dear Lieutenant Governor Barnes, As you are aware, around the country, COVID-19 has spread at unparalleled rates inside jails, prisons, and detention centers.  In Wisconsin’s prisons, 10,543 people have tested positive for COVID-19 as of the date of this letter, and 25 people have died from […]

NAACP Pushes Biden to Create Cabinet-Level Civil Rights Envoy

The head of the NAACP planned to push President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris to create the role of civil rights czar, following a model Biden has already established in naming John Kerry to a Cabinet-level position as a climate envoy, during a virtual meeting Tuesday. The proposal was to come during a […]

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NAACP Milwaukee and the Black Health Coalition of Wisconsin is providing culturally relevant information regarding the history of immunizations

The Milwaukee Black Immunization Project (MBIP) The MBIP is a new Black Health Coalition of Wisconsin (BHCW) project funded by the State of Wisconsin Immunization Program. (BHCW) is working with the State to provide culturally relevant information regarding the history of immunizations in the United States and the current status regarding flu vaccines and COVID19 […]

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NAACP Milwaukee: Files official discrimination complaint with Milwaukee Equal Rights Commission

Milwaukee, WI (October 19, 2020) – The Milwaukee NAAACP Milwaukee Branch, launched in 1924, is one of the oldest branches in the nation – working in the forefront of the civil rights movement – has submitted a formal complaint with the Equal Rights Commission (ERC) on the basis that the city of Milwaukee has willfully violated […]

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NAACP-Milwaukee Endorses Marsy’s Law

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 23, 2019 mt@platform-communications.com NAACP Milwaukee Chapter Endorses Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin New endorsement from civil rights organization adds to growing coalition in support of crime victims’ rights Constitutional Amendment that will be on the ballot on April 7. MADISON – Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin today announced a new endorsement from Milwaukee […]

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NAACP Milwaukee Awarded LULAC Wisconsin’s “Partner of Change” Award

June 2, 2019 Mr. Fred Royal President NAACP-Milwaukee Branch 2745 N. Doctor M.L.K. Driver Suite # 202 Milwaukee, WI 53212 Dear Mr. Royal: As State Director of LULAC Wisconsin, it is my great honor to inform you that the NAACP-Milwaukee Branch has been awarded the LULAC Wisconsin “Partner in Change” Award. This award will be […]

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NAACP Milwaukee Stands with the Milwaukee African American Perinatal Health Collaborative

  • By Clarence Nicholas 
  • Category: Health, Life 
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So the news of a multi-million dollar grant award designed to address a striking racial infant mortality disparity should have been a cause for celebration. But controversy has arisen because a partnership known as the Milwaukee African American Perinatal Health Collaborative (MAAPHC), submitted a competing bid and lost, despite scoring highly.

Education Committee: “Reparations for Slavery: Repentance in Politics” [Video]

  • By Dan T 
  • Category: Education 
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Marianne Williamson at Harvard Divinity School on “Reparations for Slavery: The Role of Repentance in National Politics” on February 19, 2019

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NAACP Milwaukee’s Collective Core Issues 2020

FRED ROYAL, President The Milwaukee Black Membership Organizations GOTV Collaborative Collective Core Issues 1.     Education Work to stop the school-to-prison pipeline. There are disciplinary processes but the actions are not equivalent to the city ordinances or state statutes. The current civil rights investigations are regarding MPS for the higher rates of suspensions towards African-American children. […]

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