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Bucks president calls Milwaukee a ‘segregated, racist place’

In an era of sound bites, Milwaukee Bucks President Peter Feigin delivered a doozy, calling the city “segregated” and “racist”  as he was attempting to explain how a new arena, about half funded by taxpayers, would change the environment. “We know we can’t cure the world,” Feigin told the Rotary Club of Madison (via the Wisconsin […]
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