To kick off Jewish American Heritage Month and Asian American Heritage Month, Milwaukee Turners is hosting a Vel Phillip Forum: Fighting Antisemitism and Anti-Asian Hate through Education. We talk to three leaders from three of the co-sponsoring organizations. The event is this Thursday, April 27 – Click here to register to attend in-person, or virtually. Doors open at 11:30 AM, and a light buffet lunch is provided. Forum begins at 12PM in the Palm Garden, on the first floor of Turner Hall.
Then we talked to Jeff Gustin, manager of Inmoxicated, an alcohol-free bar in Racine – and mocktails never sounded so good.
Guests: Andrea Bernstein, Emilio De Torre, Ron Kuramoto, Jeff Gustin
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This Thursday, April 27th, to kick off Jewish American Heritage Month and Asian American Heritage Month, there is going to be a Vel Phillip Forum: Fighting Antisemitism and Anti-Asian Hate through Education is co-sponsored by the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) of Milwaukee Jewish Federation, the Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) of Wisconsin, ElevAsian, and the Milwaukee Turners.
We spend the half hour talking to representatives from these groups about the origin of the event and the importance of ongoing education, not just for our kids but also for ourselves when it comes to inclusion and diversity.
Our guests include:
Wisconsin might be known for its drinking culture, but there are more and more spots popping up to support and welcome those who want a night out sans alcohol.
We talked to Jeff Gustin, manager of Inmoxicated in Racine. It’s a typical Wisconsin corner bar in every way but one: there’s no booze.