Vel Phillips Papers (Radio scripts, Box 1)

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WAWA RADIO SCRIPTS

Week of July 3, 1967: -- Hunger and poverty among Milwaukee Negroes -- Federal study on welfare recipients -- City job openings

6/28/67 -- Milwaukee Negro Educational-Cultural Projects Inc -- City job opportunities 6/27/67 -- Milwaukee Negro Educational-Cultural Projects Inc. 6/21/67 -- City job openings 6/12/67 -- Feature on Clarence Sherrod 6/7/67 -- Federal welfare study 6/6/67 -- City job openings 6/2/67 -- Qualifications for city jobs 6/1/67 -- Federal welfare study -- Comment on housing ordinance legal opinion -- " " 5/26/67 -- Health Dept job openings 5/22/67 -- Federal legislation harming civil rights gains 5/19/67 -- Description of "O.I.C." 5/17/67 -- Dr. Comer's analysis of meaning of "black power" 5/15/67 -- " " -- City job openings 5/10/67 -- City job openings 5/10/67 -- Description of OIC 5/5/67 -- Dr. Comer's analysis of "black power" 5/8/67 -- Description of OIC 5/5/67 - City jobs 5/1/67 -- Sen. Dodd case 4/28/67 -- City jobs 4/26/67 -- Dexcription [Description] of OIC 4/21/67 -- City jobs 4/21/67 -- Purpose of Model Cities program 4/17/67 -- Mrs. Mattie Coney's advice to Negroes 4/14/67 -- City jobs 4/19/67 -- Mrs Coney's advice to Negroes 4/21/67 -- Purpose of Model Cities program 4/10/67 -- Defeat of Dr. Golightly 4/7/67 -- Description of OIC 4/6/67 -- City jobs 4/3/67 -- School Board election 3/30/67 -- Election referendum questions on freeway-history 3/29/67 -- Salute to Mrs. Lindsay 3/28/67 -- City jobs -- Description of OIC 3/24/67 -- Greenleigh report 3/23/67 -- Election referendum questions 3/21/67 -- City jobs 3/22/67 -- Description of new fair housing ord 3/20/67 -- Comment on School Board rejection of breakfast program

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-2- WAWA RADIO SCRIPTS

3/17/67--Description of CIC --City jobs 3/15/67--Comment on Adam Clayton Powell case 3/13/67--Greenleigh report 3/10/67--City jobs --Greenleigh report 3/8/67--Comment on Powell case 3/6/67--Comment on election primary 3/3/67--Greenleigh report 2/27/67--Greenleigh report 2/24/67-Greenleigh report --Negro spirituals relating to Easter 2/1/67--Comment on Powell case 1/30/67--Comment on Powell case, earlier scandals 1/27/67--Comment on Powell case, other congressmen 1/25/67--Comment on Powell case 1/23/67--Comment on Powell case 1/20/67--Comment on Powell case 1/18/67--Comment on Powell case 1/16/67--St. Francis school breakfasts --Comment on Powell case 1/9/67--Study of Milwaukee school system 1/4/67--Study of Milwaukee school system 1/2/67--Study of Milwaukee school system --City jobs 12/29/66--Review of progress in 1966 12/28/66--Review of progress in 1966 12/26/66--St. Mary-St. Gall pupil exchange 12/21/66--PACE school busing project 12/19/66--PACE school busing project --Food stamp program --Food stamp program --Food stamp program 12/5/66--Meaning of de facto segregation 12/5/66--Meaning of de facto segregation 11/28/66--Comments on fair housing ordinance --Description of SDC --Description of SDC 11/9/66--Comment on fair housing ordinance 11/7/66--Importance of voting 11/4/66--Referendum questions 11/2/66--Offices on ballot --City jobs 10/28/66--Comment on housing ordinance 10/26/66--Explanation of housing ordinance 10/19/66--History of fair housing laws --Importance of voter registration 10/24/66--Reasons for fair housing ordinance 9/30/66--Introductory broadcast; importance of voting

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-3- SUMMARY OF WAWA RADIO SCRIPTS

Scripts dealing with City of Milwaukee business ...40 City jobs...19 Fair housing legislation...9 Greenleigh Report...6 Model Cities...2 Social Development Commission...2 Other...2

Scripts dealing with local government or community affairs...39 Elections, importance of voting...10 Opportunities Industrialization Center...8 Public schools...6 Food stamp program...3 Other local matters...12

Scripts dealing with non-local matters...18 Comments on Powell case...10 Mrs. Conie's advice to Negroes...2 Dr. Comer's "black power" concept...3 Other...3

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HOW WOULD YOU LIKE A CHANCE TO TELL VEL. TELL WHO? WHY VEL PHILLIPS, OF COURSE, MILWAUKEE'S OUTSTANDING CIVIV LEADER AND 6TH WARD ALDERMAN.

EVERY THURSDAY AT 11:30 A.M. UNTIL NOON YOU CAN ASK VEL PHILLIPS YOUR QUESTIONS ON CURRENT CITY ISSUES ON WAWA'S "TELL VEL" DISCUSSION PROGRAM.

YES, TELL VERL YOUR POINT OF VIEW BY PHONING HER AT 374-1250. VEL WILL ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS OVER THE AIR. TUNE IN TO THIS INFORMATIVE DISCUSSION PROGRAM ON WAWA 11:30 EACH THURSDAY MORNING. DIAL 374-1250 FOR "TELL VEL".

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THERE ARE EXACTLY 44 DAYS BETWEEN NOW AND THANKSGIVING-75 DAYS BETWEEN NOW AND CHRISTMAS--82 DAYS BEFORE WE WELCOME A BRAND NEW YEAR.

THESE ARE THE DEADLINES THAT HAVE MEANING FOR MOST OF US. BUT HOW MANY ARE AWARE OF A DEADLINE WHICH, IN ITS OWN WAY, IS EQUALLY IMPARITIVE AND ULTIMATELY WILL HAVE A GREATER AND MORE LASTING IMPACT THAN EITHER THANKSGIVING, CHRISTMAS, OR THE NEW YEAR. THAT DEADLINE IS OCTOBER 19--THE LAST DAY AVAILABLE TO YOU TO REGISTER TO VOTE. THERE ARE EXACTLY NINE DAYS REMAINING BETWEEN NOW AND THE REGISTRATION DEADLINE. WHY IS REGISTRATION NECESSARY AND IMPORTANT? THE REASONS ARE OBVIOUS. UNLESS WE ARE REGISTERED VOTERS, WE ILL BE UNABLE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE NOVEMBER 8TH ELECTION.

ON THAT DAY WE WILL BE CHOOSING OUR REPRESENTATIVES IN THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS, IN OUR STATE LEGISLATURE, AND IN A NUMBER OF MILWAUKEE COUNTY OFFICES.

IN ADDITION, WE WILL HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO EXPRESS OUR POINT OF VIEW ON SEVERAL REFERENDUM QUESTIONS DEALING WITH OUR STATE VOTING LAWS AND OUR CITY'S FINANCIAL NEEDS.

I DON'T REALLY NEED TO TELL YOU HOW IMPORTANT IT IS THAT EACH OF US EXERCISES OUR RIGHT TO VOTE. WE CANNOT EXPECT TO HAVE ELECTED OFFICIALS WHO TRULY REPRESENT OUR INTERESTS IF WE ARE NOT INTERESTED ENOUGH OURSELVES TO VOTE FOR THE BEST-QUALIFIED CANDIDATES.

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