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April in Milwaukee Is Now Sexual Assault Awareness Month

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By Karen Stokes sexual-assault-860wnovApril in Milwaukee is now dedicated to raising awareness about sexual assault. Sexual violence is prevalent across the country and in the Milwaukee area. Awareness and education concerning sexual abuse is imperative. On Wednesday, at the Milwaukee County Health & Human Needs Committee Meeting in the
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Aisha Carr’s Run for School Board “A Life of Experiences”

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By Dylan Deprey - Aisha-Carr-860-wnov-radio-stationAs a 13-year-old, Aisha Carr never dreamed of working in education, let alone becoming a special education teacher. She would have had to work with kids, and after basically raising her younger sister, she wanted nothing to do with them. “She was cute, but she
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“Breaking Walls” Shares Insight on Youth Prison Reform

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By Dylan Deprey - brokenwalls-860wnov-radio-stationIn 2002, the United States Department of Justice released its investigation into Mississippi’s youth prisons, otherwise known as “training facilities.” The report revealed the barbaric treatment youth, as young as 11-years-old, endured in the prison. Juveniles were beat, strip searched and confined to a dark
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Running Rebels To Release Warning Basketball Documentary

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By Danielle Miller - Warning-basketball-league-documentary-860wnovCraig Harden, member of the Running Rebels, presented a documentary about the history of Warning, one of the most successful summer basketball leagues. Running Rebels is a nonprofit community organization that has provided positive outlets to teens in Milwaukee, since 1980. The documentary began filming in
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