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Gov. Tony Evers declared "racism is a public health crisis" during a June 4 media briefing call about the status of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Many words have been used to describe the police accountability protests across Wisconsin and the nation. Urban Triage founder and CEO Brandi Grayson, an organizer of the Black Lives Matter demonstrations in Madison, discusses what peace means in this movement.
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Organizers of protests in Madison held in the wake of the killing of George Floyd say they are prepared to keep going for the foreseeable future. The mayors of Wisconsin's three largest cities have issued curfews ahead of further demonstrations.
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The day began with a peaceful rally at the Wisconsin State Capitol, outlining continued frustration in the relationship between police and Madison’s black community. In 2015, a MPD officer shot and killed 19-year-old Tony Robinson. Since then, protesters say not much has changed.
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In northern Wisconsin, tourism dollars come with an increased risk for a larger COVID-19 outbreak in an area largely spared so far. Minocqua Chamber of Commerce executive director Krystal Westfahl discusses how the region is adjusting to changes in economic activiy through the pandemic.
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From an emphasis on contact tracing to an uptick in new cases, the fight against COVID-19 continues across Wisconsin. Wisconsin state epidemiologist Dr. Ryan Westergaard discusses how medical professionals are monitoring the pulse of the pandemic and the threat of a resurgence.
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What does the killing of George Floyd mean for the people of Wisconsin? Gov. Tony Evers discusses his concerns about racial inequity in policing and the disproportionate impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on people of color.
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Milwaukee residents called for change in the wake of three contentious days of protest in Minneapolis after George Floyd was killed in police custody.
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Businesses in the Wisconsin Dells would normally be gearing up for a busy tourism season, but now face a slow reopening due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Wisconsin didn't see a surge of COVID-19 patients that other parts of the U.S. did, but how are hospitals preparing for future cases? Wisconsin Hospital Association chief medical officer Dr. Mark Kaufman discusses what healthcare providers are doing going forward.