Statement of the NAACP Milwaukee Branch On the Passing of Velvalea “Vel” Phillips “The ultimate measure of a woman is not where she stands in moments of comfort and convenience but where she stands at times of challenge and controversy”. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr The NAACP Milwaukee branch morns the passing of Velvalea “Vel” […]
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