It's Milwaukee, it's the 60's, and this segregated city is about to blow. Jozef Miszewski, a union organizer, has always taught his family to fight for justice but he has no idea his daughter Lila is getting mixed up with Father Groppi and those rabble-rousers from St. Boniface who are planning to march across town to Kosciusko Park. It's Milwaukee, it's the 60s and parents can't rely on internet searches, cell phones or emails to keep tabs on their kids. Secrets are easily hidden and the Miszewski kids are pros, especially the youngest, Kazia, who learns how to cover her tracks when she crosses the viaduct.14. aUWM Police Close Union, Oust Student Protestersa MilwaukeeJournal May 12, 1970 My job is to type the addresses on the envelopes. I tap away on the old manual Smith Corona moma#39;s had since her secretary classes in high school.
|Title||:||Cross the Viaduct|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2013-01-01|