Marc Levine on the State of Black Milwaukee

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Marc Levine on the State of Black Milwaukee

By Frederica Freyberg | Here & Now

August 7, 2020 • Southeast Region

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UW-Milwaukee Emeritus Professor Marc Levine’s recent report spells out the inequality Black Wisconsinites face in the state’s largest city. He says the inequities represent, “the archetype of modern-day metropolitan racial apartheid and inequality.” Levine explains the importance of doing metric studies to fully understand the city’s disparities, such as black poverty and incarceration rates.


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