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The Milwaukee Leaders Collection began in 1989, as a photo exhibit at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Milwaukee Public Library Neighborhood Library.
Philip Arreola was the first Latino to serve as Milwaukee's Chief of Police. We honor his contribution to our city.
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Find U.S. Census schedules, family and place histories, the PERSI archive and Freedman’s Bank records in this genealogy trove from ProQuest. Provided as part of Wisconsin's BadgerLink program.
This week is National Friends of Libraries Week! Our very own Friends of Milwaukee Public Library group works hard to support the MPL mission. Learn how YOU can get involved!
Learn legal research strategies at Milwaukee Public Library.
Today wraps up another Hispanic Heritage Month, and we’d like to wrap up our annual set of special Hispanic Heritage Month posts by sharing some of the library resources we’ve been using to come up with all this content.
As we wind down National Hispanic Heritage Month, we should note the many Milwaukee organizations that serve the Hispanic Community.
Everyone has heard of labor leader Cesar Chavez, who battled for migrant farm worker's rights in California and nationally in the 1960s. Milwaukee even has a street named for him. But did you realize that Wisconsin was also home to a migrant farm workers' labor movement during the same period?
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