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Wednesday, July 20, 2016

LATE EDITION - Public Transportation in Milwaukee and Civil Rights law VI at Odds with BRT East/West, Bublr and Milwaukee Streetcar

Late Edition - Late Edition
July 20, 2016

MILWAUKEE, WI - Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC continues to provide leadership and stewardship in public policy in the public square of Milwaukee - Milwaukee County, that deals with Constitutional values and malpractice by elected-appointed-hired government representatives.

Milwaukee Streetcar, Bublr Bike and the East/West BRT has engaged in "in-your-face" and "we do not care about your rights" RED-LINING, DISCRIMINATION.

Since the three (3) projects are targeted for Caucasian-focused traffic it is seen and called what it is, racial discrimination.  According to the Civil Rights Act of 1964, that is against the law.  It is also one of the specified rules of compliance of the Federal Transit Administration - the funding source of Milwaukee Streetcar and Bublr Bike by the city of Milwaukee; and, proposed East/West BRT by Milwaukee County.


Today, on behalf of the CORE CONSTITUENTS of Milwaukee - over half million folk - majority African American and People of Color - We Call for the Complaint of Civil Rights VI.   It says:
No person in the United States shall, on the ground of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.
We call for IMMEDIATE address and the adopting of practices that the citizens of Milwaukee - the ones that bring the BULK of federal funding (Washington or Madison routing) - the bulk of funding that is suppose to grow the economy, provide gainful employment, spur entrepreneurship, affordable housing, education attainment, safety prevention, safety intervention, health care, judicial branch, the arts, recreation; and PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION.

MPA LLC has noted time and time again about how the city of Milwaukee charter officers - mayor Tom Barrett and ex-mayor John Norquist, in lock step with Common Council Presidents John Kalwitz, Marvin Pratt, Willie Hines, Michael Murphy and now Ashanti Hamilton has created a path of legislation that has "dog-eared" stops with DISCRIMINATION and lack of DUE PROCESS.  The most recent being, a 30-year Involuntary Servitude law of the MEGA BUCKS GREED DEAL, Milwaukee Street Car, Bublr Bike and East/West BRT.

On the County Executive and Board of Supervisors' side, the list includes  County Executives (Acting, Interim, Elected) Dave Schultz, Tom Ament, Janine Geske, Scott Walker, Lee Holliway, Marvin Pratt and currently Chris Abele.  

Recent Board of Supervisor Chairs included:  Lee Holliway, Marina Dimitrijevic, and Theodore Lipscomb have participated in acts of DISCRIMINATION.  

We ask the members of the city of Milwaukee, county of Milwaukee and state representatives for the city of Milwaukee to "check their Public Trust" at the door because they have violated their OATH OF OFFICE with conduct-behavior of meeting and voting against the citizenry of Milwaukee.  They have violated over-and-over the Constitution - Civil Rights VI by making decisions that have compromised and disenfranchised safety and safeness in neighborhoods of Milwaukee.

Neighborhoods that are clearly in need of education and technology attainment, public transportation, access to federal funding sources, pathways to city-county-state offices that are WILLING to assist without arrogance and further discrimination based on skin tone, place of stay, income, lack of income, race, disability, health abnormalities, returned from incarceration, returned from war, returned from homelessness, returned from retirement, and return due to lack of employment to match degree acquired but no employment.
Thursday, August 4, 2016
Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC brings the beginning of clarity and compliance with:

LUNCH & LEARN w/R. Stewart McKenzie, Community Planner, Federal Transit Administration, Region 5, Chicago, IL.

Citizen Participation in Public Transportation a Must in FTA & USDOT Highway Funding

Do not miss this INFORMATIVE event of "equity" and "inclusiveNESS". 


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