Millennials View American Identity Differently, Milwaukee Residents Speak Up About Issues Important To Them

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Generations are bound to see things a bit differently, but a new study finds that younger Americans see the United State’s involvement in foreign affairs differently as well. We talk to an expert about how millenials view American identity. We also hear about the issues that are important to Milwaukee citizens in upcoming elections.

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Episode Credits

  • Carrie Kaufman Host
  • Colleen Leahy Producer
  • Breann Schossow Producer
  • Bruce Jentleson Guest
  • Eugene Kane Guest
  • Bridgit Bowden Guest
  • Michael Dieringer Technical Director