Civilized, well moderated, interesting public discussion of the immigration issue, click below to listen:
https://podcast-a.akamaihd.net/mp3/podcasts/ideas_20171128_47641.mp3 Nice summary at 46:06+.
Harvard University political philosopher Michael Sandel
Milwaukee Community Brainstorming
Breakfast: 8:00 AM — 9:00 AM
Program: 9:00 AM — 11:00 AM
Dr. Pamela Malone
Department of Sociology, Milwaukee Area Technical College
Saint Matthew C.M.E. Church
2944 North 9th Street (Parking off 8th St. between Locust and Chambers)
Sat Nov 18 2017 panel on IMPLICIT RACIAL BIAS
Speakers or Gov Office Holders
Judge Joseph Donald
Milwaukee County Circuit Court, Branch 2.
His talk: 01:40 – 16:40.
Test he took shown he (a black) is biased against blacks: https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/takeatest.html.
His mother carefully taught hims as young child how to behave in rich white peoples homes around white adults and children his age, as she worked as a housekeeper in Patrick Cudahy’s house. The freeway project forced a move as he grew up, causing a black migration – he describes the reaction of whites to new black neighbors. He thinks it can be strategic to use the word ‘biased’ instead of racist when appropriate. Yes there is "implicit bias".
Ms. Nichole Yunk-Todd
Division Administrator, Milwaukee Youth Services
Her talk starts 17:24, through 31:10
Topics: "automatic vs controlled thought processing"; "association tests"; "blackness associated w/fear, crime and poverty"; "sub dominate group"; "social cognition measurements", ‘shooter bias’: association of black face with "shooter/gun holder"; "authority/decision makers"; "critical race theory"; judging "sub dominate group" group by it’s worst members, dominate group by it’s best.
Remedy: Decrease social distance. Increase high quality social interactions.
Dr. Harry Oden
Retired MPS Principal, Educational Consultant, Motivational Speaker.
Starts 31:56, ends 53:18
Former basketball player – 1 of 3 blacks at Univ MN/ Duluth; 60+ but still athletic. Very ‘big on public schools’. Was discriminated against in MPS after college. MPS delayed hiring, once hire he was given "bad assignments". Found his niche in MPS as teacher, and honored administrator; did much to mediate/reduce conflict among students, and between student factions, black and white. Judge a person by what is coming from their heart, not your first auto-impressions. Racism in education is as rampant as ever. Unfortunately education about profit now.
question and answer starts at 53:18
Tim Burns – WI Supreme Ct Candidate
Not a speaker, just one of several politicians there. Had good discussion w/him about economics.
The Greater Milwaukee Green party “GMGP-Discussion” list as of Nov 2017 is very low traffic and “no spam”.
Purpose: Allow Milwaukee Green party members to collaborate. As a member you may reply to, or post new announcements, reports, questions etc.
Decide on your email address
If you already have a gmail email account skip to join gmgp-discussion.
If your ok w/creating a gmail account with a gmail email address go to google here and “use your head” to figure out how to create a new google account/gmail address. Login to google with this new gmail account, then skip to join gmgp-discussion.
Otherwise you may join without creating a gmail email, but you still have to register a new google account – using your non google email address in the process. Watch carefully, early on they give you the option of using a non gmail email address.
Login to the google account w/the email address that you want to direct the gmgp-discussion email to.
Follow Steps at “Apply for membership” link at:
When approved, you may post to the group via email to:
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You can read the list when logged into google, via this web link: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/gmgp-discussion, or just read via your email.
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On Sunday, November 12, 2017 9:10 PM, Mike McCallister wrote:
the Milwaukee County Elections site:Here are some details we need to know:Spring Election:Only the County Board (all 18 seats) and judgeships are are up for this
election. (see http://county.milwaukee.gov/CountyElectionCommission/Elected-Officials-and-Terms-of.htm).
Suburban municipalities may have other offices open (like the Bayside
school board that someone is interested in).A candidate needs 200 signatures to get on ballot for County Board (300 recommended, 400 maximum)Nomination Papers circulate: December 1, 2017 – Due 5:00pm, January 3, 2018Currently registered candidates for the County Board are here:
http://county.milwaukee.gov/ImageLibrary/Groups/cntyElectCommission/Upcoming-Elections/2018-Elections/2018SpringCandidateSpreadsheet1.pdfPretty much everything you need to know to run, including nomination
paper form: http://county.milwaukee.gov/HowtoRunforCountyOff23732.htm+++++++++++++++++++++++++++Let me know if you need anything else on the election.Peace and solidarity,Mike
Top 3 short term priorities, voted in Jan 2018:
- Milwaukee Lead Pipe/Water Quality
- Black/Brown Lives Matter
- Local Economic Disparities