What Racial Justice Movement Looks Like in Central Wisconsin

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What Racial Justice Movement Looks Like in Central Wisconsin

By Frederica Freyberg | Here & Now

July 10, 2020 • West Central Region

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Darrell Keaton is a community activist in Wausau and discusses how his community is working toward greater racial justice. Keaton founded Men & Women 4 Change Social Club to promote diversity and awareness of minority owned businesses and organizations in Central Wisconsin. Wausau will celebrate Juneteenth next year as a result of Keaton's work with the Wausau mayor and chief of police.


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