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Thursday, August 10, 2017

SHOW 32 - Free Press comes to Public Policy w/Mary Glass & Company


August 10, 2017
CITY-WIDE || Free Press the national voice for Net Neutrality will visit Public Policy w/Mary Glass & Company to talk about the campaigns afoot across the country to support NET NEUTRALITY.

Field Director, Mary Alice Crim will provide the background of Free Press as well as her 11 years working with Free Press to acquaint the citizenry across the country with top issues impacting freedom of use of the wide-wide web.  Providing up-to-date information about strategic planning, awareness for access and spreading the word.

Right now, Ajit Varadaraj Pai, Chairman, Federal Communications Commission, is busy with rolling back the gains made for open use by all rather than allowing a monopoly-oligopoly control by the wealthy and powerful businesses like Verizon, AT&T, and Comcast.

Milwaukee Kick-Off
Thursday, August 17, 2017
East Library, 2320 N. Cramer
Community Room
2:30pm - 4:30pm
NET NEUTRALITY - TEAM INTERNET
Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC will kick off a robust approach to providing HOPE and change through sharing in safe places - GENRES of Art.

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Published on Aug 10, 2017
Artist and poet G Yamazawa grew up Asian-American and Buddhist in the southern Bible Belt, where he often felt as though he didn't belong. But insecurity transformed into a love for the stage and performance. G Yamazawa gives his Brief but Spectacular take on art and creating a safe space for young people to cultivate their own voices. 



This entrepreneur says health care for all starts with keeping local talent.


Published on Aug 3, 2017

Christopher Ategeka grew up with the devastating effects of not having health care access, having been orphaned by HIV/AIDS and losing his brother to malaria. But he got the chance to go to school and become an entrepreneur, and now he's using his influence to recruit health professionals to work in underserved parts of Africa. Ategeka gives his Brief but Spectacular take on health care for all.

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