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Black Leaders Organizing for Communities (BLOC) staff member Tamer Malone, 21, canvasses in downtown Milwaukee, Wis. and talks with resident Latonya Martin, 40, outside her home on Oct. 17. Collage illustration: Jovanna Tosello; Photography: .

Black Milwaukeeans Are Ready to Fight for Their Communities

Frustrated by empty promises from politicians, the time to mobilize could not be any riper than now

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