Milwaukee, Wisconsin civil rights worker and leading member of the NAACP Youth Commandos, the security unit of Milwaukee's NAACP Youth Council (formed to protect NAACP civil rights workers from hostile and violent counterdemonstrators) in 1967.
Archival Collections and Reference Resources
- March on Milwaukee: Civil Rights History Project (Golda Meir Library (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries))
- News film clip of a press conference with Father Groppi and NAACP Youth Council Commandos announcing the second fair housing march, August 29, 1967 (with sound) (Moving Image)
- News film clip of an interview with Father Groppi and the Commandos after the burning of the Freedom House, August 30, 1967 (with sound) (Moving Image)
- News film clip of Father Groppi and the Commandos at the site of the burned out the Freedom House, August 30, 1967 (with sound) (Moving Image)