First, we hear from two candidates running for state school superintendent. Then, we get an update on a proposal to erect a statue of Wisconsin civil rights icon, fair housing advocate and judge Vel Phillips on the state Capitol grounds.
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State Superintendent Candidate Interview: Sheila Briggs
As part of a series of interviews, we hear from one of seven candidates vying to become Wisconsin’s next state superintendent of public instruction. Sheila Briggs is an assistant state superintendent at the Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction.
State Superintendent Candidate Interview: Troy Gunderson
As part of a series of interviews, we hear from one of seven candidates vying to become Wisconsin’s next state superintendent of public instruction. Troy Gunderson is an adjunct instructor of school finance at Viterbo University and former superintendent of the West Salem School District.
Proposal For Statue Of State Civil Rights Icon And Community Leader Vel Phillips Moves Forward
Vel Phillips was a woman of many accomplishments. From being the first Black woman elected to the Milwaukee Common Council to becoming the first Black judge in the state, she has inspired many. We learn about a new proposal to honor her legacy with a statue at the State Capitol.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Keegan Kyle Producer
- Steven Potter Producer
- Lee Rayburn Technical Director
- Sheila Briggs Guest
- Troy Gunderson Guest
- Michael Johnson Guest
- Michael Phillips Guest
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