The Plot Twist Ending of Black Men’s Suffrage in WI
On April 3rd, 1866, Black men were able to vote in Wisconsin for the first time ever thanks to the work of one Ezekiel Gillespie. In 1865, Gillespie, a Black leader in Milwaukee, attempted to register to vote under the provisions of the 1848 state constitution. Instead, Gillespie was denied the right to register by […]
What’s Up with People Fighting for their right to party?
We took a week off to remind you to complete your census but we’re back and – holy cranberries Batman – is there a lot to cover: Packer face masks Poop in the mail And that it turns out, those liberate Wisconsin protestors were fighting for their right… to party. To party? Packers The NFL […]