Lands We Share Exhibit — On View in the Daniel M. Soref Learning Commons March 4-22 — Finds Ties that Connect Cultures in the Farms We Tend

This picture, part of the Lands We Share exhibit, shows the garden in the backyard of a family home in the Bronzeville neighborhood of Milwaukee during the 1940s. (Photo courtesy of the Wisconsin Black Historical Society/Museum)

This picture, part of the Lands We Share exhibit, shows the garden in the backyard of a family home in the Bronzeville neighborhood of Milwaukee during the 1940s. (Photo courtesy of the Wisconsin Black Historical Society/Museum)

By Claire Hackett

James Levy is no stranger to discussions about race — he teaches several classes about race and ethnicity at UW-Whitewater. But he’s found that many of his students are uncomfortable with contributing to class discussions surrounding those topics . . . Read More