BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!
As an extension of the student-created exhibition "March to Equality", young people from Milwaukee developed a city-wide bus tour, highlighting various locations significant to the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. Sights range from the 16th Street Viaduct (James E. Groppi Unity Bridge) to the former location of the 15th Street Freedom House, a sight in which the NAACP Youth Council planned historic marches and protests.
The public is welcome to join this FREE creative tour led by local high school students and explore the story of Milwaukee's Civil Rights Movement through visual art, spoken word poetry and storytelling.
To register for June 1st Tour, CLICK HERE
The tours will meet/return at Arts @ Large, 908 South 5thStreet, Milwaukee, WI 53204; Please dress warm! Bus space is limited, so registered asap.