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2 MarchOnMilwaukee.uwm.edu

3 Direct Action for Integrated Schools, Marching for Open Housing, Marilyn Morheuser, Lloyd Barbee, and MUSIC activists (Milwaukee Journal 1965) James Groppi, Vel Phillips, and NAACP Youth Council activists (Milw Journal 67-68)

4 What happens when Civil Rights History meets the Digital Era?

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6 Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History

7 Discover ‘forgotten’ sources Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History

8 Discover ‘forgotten’ sources Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History Milwaukee civil rights march in the 1940s?

9 Discover ‘forgotten’ sources Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History Milwaukee civil rights march in the 1940s?

10 Discover ‘forgotten’ sources Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History Milwaukee civil rights march in the 1940s?

11 Discover ‘forgotten’ sources Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History

12 Discover ‘forgotten’ sources Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History

13 Discover ‘forgotten’ sources Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History

14 Discover ‘forgotten’ sources Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History What my desk looked like before the Internet

15 Discover ‘forgotten’ sources Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History What my desk looked like before the Internet What my desktop looks like now with the Internet

16 Discover ‘forgotten’ sources Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History The Internet does NOT contain everything

17 Discover ‘forgotten’ sources Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History The Internet does NOT contain everything Beware Google gaps

18 Discover ‘forgotten’ sources Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History The Internet does NOT contain everything Much of our history has not been digitized

19 Discover ‘forgotten’ sources Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History The Internet does NOT contain everything Much of our history has not been digitized... or saved

20 Share different perspectives on the past Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History

21 Share different perspectives on the past Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History

22 Share different perspectives on the past Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History

23 Share different perspectives on the past Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History

24 Share different perspectives on the past Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History

25 Share different perspectives on the past Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History

26 Share different perspectives on the past Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History Listen to activists explain the movement in their own words

27 Share different perspectives on the past Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History Listen to activists explain the movement in their own words

28 Share different perspectives on the past Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History Enable readers to share ideas with one another via ebook on the Web

29 Share different perspectives on the past Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History Enable readers to share ideas with one another via ebook on the Web

30 Share different perspectives on the past Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History But the Internet is NOT accessible to all National data on the “Digital Divide”

31 Share different perspectives on the past Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History But the Internet is NOT accessible to all National data on the “Digital Divide”

32 Share different perspectives on the past Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History But the Internet is NOT accessible to all National data on the “Digital Divide”

33 Share different perspectives on the past Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History 2007

34 Raise tough questions Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History

35 Raise tough questions Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History What is – and is not – Milwaukee civil rights history? Which histories belong on the March on Milwaukee site? And who decides?

36 Raise tough questions Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History “supports understanding of the struggle for racial equality...”

37 Raise tough questions Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History “supports understanding of the struggle for racial equality...” But the time period is limited to

38 Raise tough questions Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History Should the 1941 march for jobs with James Dorsey be part of this civil rights history ?

39 Raise tough questions Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History Should the 1941 march for jobs with James Dorsey be part of this civil rights history ? What about the 1979 Coalition to Save North Division protests with Howard Fuller?

40 Raise tough questions Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History Should the 1941 march for jobs with James Dorsey be part of this civil rights history ? What about the 1979 Coalition to Save North Division protests with Howard Fuller? Or the 1990s school vouchers movement?

41 Discover ‘forgotten’ sources Share different perspectives on the past Raise tough questions Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History All of these require us to work and listen to one another regarding Milwaukee’s shared civil rights history

42 Recommended links: March on Milwaukee Civil Rights History Project Long Civil Rights Movement (LCRM) project, UNC Press https://lcrm.lib.unc.edu/voice/works/ Pew Internet & American Life Project - Jack Dougherty, Trinity College, September https://lcrm.lib.unc.edu/voice/works/ Dougherty Opportunities & Challenges in Civil Rights & Digital History


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