By Stuart Stotts
Father Groppi Marched to alter Milwaukee
"Father Groppi: Marching for Civil Rights" tells the tale of dad James Groppi, a Catholic priest from Milwaukee, Wis., who stood up for civil rights within the Nineteen Sixties and 1970s.
This vital new addition to the Badger Biographies sequence for younger readers additionally tells a few turbulent time in Wisconsin historical past and sheds mild at the civil rights flow and its position within the North.
Growing up at the south part of Milwaukee because the son of Italian immigrants, younger James Groppi discovered early on what it felt wish to be made enjoyable of simply because of who you're, and he discovered to recognize humans from different races and ethnic teams. Later, whereas learning to develop into a clergyman, he observed the discrimination African americans confronted. It made him indignant, and he vowed to do no matter what he might to struggle racism.
Father Groppi marched with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and different leaders of the civil rights circulation. yet he knew there has been paintings to be performed in his personal urban. In Milwaukee, he teamed up with the NAACP and different companies, protesting discrimination and segregation anyplace they observed it. It wasn't constantly effortless, and Father Groppi and the opposite civil rights employees confronted nice challenges.
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Father Groppi: Marching for Civil Rights (Badger Biographies Series) by Stuart Stotts