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Art and Activism, Part 2: Giving names to the nameless, filling the needs of the needy

Photographer and activist Jon Linton, 56, stands with a bus that he purchased and had painted with the name of his project, “Let’s Be Better Humans.” He regularly uses the fan to disburse food to people in need. You’ve seen them. Whether they’re standing at the stoplight near Woodman’s by the interstate, the one at […]

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Art and activism: Beautifying, adding meaning to the aftermath of social unrest

Kenosha is a warzone. That is the perception that has been presented in many reports, comments and opinion pieces written since riots claimed Downtown and Uptown businesses on the nights of Aug. 23 and Aug. 24.  The unrest became fatal not long after Kenosha Police Department Officer Rusten Sheksey shot Jacob Black seven times on […]

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Updated: Kreuser finds Kenosha County Board behavior ‘disheartening’; Berg speaks out against Decker

KENOSHA – On Friday, Kenosha County Executive Jim Kreuser called recent behavior witnessed coming from the County Board “disheartening.” Kreuser reacted to certain County Board members’ actions — specifically, Zach Rodriguez and Erin Decker —  at the most recent County Board meeting on Sept. 15.  In a live video of the meeting that continued after […]

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Kenosha journalist partners with Racine County Eye, here’s what’s next for him

How does one describe the seemingly insignificant moment in their life that propelled them to fame and infamy? What makes that one moment, that one action that others have probably taken countless times throughout history significant at that point in time? The answer: Jacob Blake, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ty’Rese West, Donte Shannon, etc. And […]