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News film clip of Milwaukee Common Council meeting regarding open housing legislation, September 19, 1967 (with sound)

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Creator:Milwaukee Common Council
Title:News film clip of Milwaukee Common Council meeting regarding open housing legislation, September 19, 1967 (with sound)
Date:1967 Sept. 19

Footage of a Milwaukee Common Council meeting where Alderwoman Vel Phillips resubmits her open housing legislation. Alderman Robert Dwyer speaks about the threat of violence. Father Groppi and Commandos are seen in the audience.

Daily footage extra, September 19, 1967.

Types:Moving Image | Film
Subjects:Phillips, Vel R., 1924- | Groppi, James, 1930-1985 | Dwyer, Robert J., 1920-2010 | Race relations | Milwaukee (Wis.)--Race relations | Discrimination in housing--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | African Americans--Civil rights--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Civil rights--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Housing--Law and legislation--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Local government--Law and legislation--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | National Association for the Advancement of Colored People | Audiences--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Spectators--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Applause--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Threats--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Breach of the peace--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Rationalization (Psychology) | Obstruction of justice--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Civil rights demonstrations--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Civil rights workers--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | African American civil rights workers--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Women civil rights workers--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | African American women civil rights workers--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Municipal officials and employees--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | City council members--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Women city council members--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Attention--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | T-shirts--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Sweatshirts--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Printed fashion apparel--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Seating (Furniture)--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Desks--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Chairs--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Architecture--Details | Columns--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Microphone | Letters--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Legislative hearings--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Christian ethics--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Nonviolence--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | Violence--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | African Americans--Civil rights--Iowa--Council Bluffs | African Americans--Civil rights--Nebraska--Omaha | City attorneys--Wisconsin--Milwaukee | United States, Wisconsin, Milwaukee County, Milwaukee, 43.0389025, -87.9064736
Collection:March on Milwaukee: Civil Rights History Project
Institution:Golda Meir Library (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries)
Contributors:Wisconsin Historical Society
Original Material:

Milwaukee Journal Stations Records, 1922-1997, WTMJ-TV News Film Archives, Wisconsin Historical Society

Rights and Usage:

Copyright Journal Broadcast Group. Footage and pictures used with permission of WTMJ-TV, Milwaukee and the Journal Broadcast Group. The footage cannot be printed, broadcast or used as an interactive element or in any future medium, not yet defined, without the direct, written consent of WTMJ-TV and the Journal Broadcast Group.

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