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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Milwaukee - Re-branding & Un-trapping Land-Rich and Diversity of Race Factors for Growth through ART


July 26, 2017
CITY-WIDE MILWAUKEE | Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC, led by Mary Glass, Chief Visionary Officer, continues to outreach to Like-Minds for Solidarity-Sanctuary-Intersectionality for the enrichment and self-sustaining of Core Constituents of the city of Milwaukee.  

50 years & 1 year 
On July 30, 2017, we will be at the 50-year mark of the Milwaukee Riot of 1967.

On August 13, 2016, a riot began in the Sherman Park neighborhood in MilwaukeeWisconsin, sparked by the fatal police shooting of 23-year-old Sylville Smith. During the three-day turmoil, several people, including police officers, were injured and dozens of protesters arrested.  A nightly curfew was set up for teenagers in the area.  Wikipedia

Re-Branding and Un-trapping
In an effort to expunge the grip of Enduring Concentrated Poverty rooted in decades of redlining, discrimination, segregation, oppression, monopoly-oligopoly, crab-barrel self-destruction, and Willie Lynch fulfilling prophesy, that equal massive disenfranchisement and wide-spread dissatisfaction, such as the RIOT of 1967 and the 2017 Sherman Park rebellion, Glass has chosen "self-expression" through the "Window of Art" and the "Love of Art" to be one way to re-brand and un-trap Amani, Harambee, Hillside, Land/Grandview Walnut Heights, Metcalf, Midtown, Parklawn, Sherman Park, United Community, and WAICO/Y neighborhoods for starters.


MPA LLC Busy Beaver

Meet Busy Beaver

Busy Beaver is our mascot.

The THEME for "the Beavers" is:
"Safety in the Inner City Neighborhoods is Everybody's Business"


MPA LLC is pleased to sponsor its 1st Public Art Project.

It is historic. It is exciting. It is participatory. It is definitely a work-project of LOVE. 


"A broad Declaration of human creative skill and imagination in music, literature, paintings, sculpture, and dance will lead the way for HOPE and right-now endurance for our  Born Frees (youth, young adults, adults) and seniors.  I feel the energy," said Glass. 

Kick off
August 2017 is the kick-off for extensive planning.  Workgroup meetings will be held:

  • August 3, 2017 - East Library, 2320 N. Cramer, 2-4pm
  • August 10, 2017 - East Library, 2320 N. Cramer, 2-4pm
  • August 24, 2017 - East Library, 2320 N. Cramer, 2-4pm
RSVP
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This is an exciting project with many legs that afford great opportunities for learning - SHARING - G R O W I N G.

The exposure and camaraderie is a "special treat". JOIN US. 

Co-Chairs and Members of the following committees are needed. They are:

1. advertising

2. public relations

3. auction

4. celebrity

5. logistics

6. transportation

7. graphics arts

8. merchandising

9. parties

10. review

11. photography and videography

12. attorneys
13. neighborhood ambassadors 
14. fund developers
15. sponsors - FUNDRAISING
16. ARTISTS
17. Art Teachers
18. site location

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Corporate Credo
"To much is given, much is expected".

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If this sounds interesting: 

1. Contact us through the RSVP and email listed at the bottom and we will forward the necessary Entry information.

2. You may also telephone text at 414/610.1044.

mpapublicpolicyreview@gmail.com

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