March Against Racism Planned in Middleton

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MIDDLETON–The United We Stand Against Racism March will be held in Middleton on July 12 at 6 p.m. The event is in support of Black Lives Matter, and is planned as a peaceful demonstration.

Participants will meet at the corner of Franklin and Bristol Streets. Parking is available at the Middleton Aquatic Center and Park Lawn Elementary. Marchers will proceed down Park Street, cross University, then proceed west on Hubbard Avenue. The march will end in downtown Middleton at Stone Horse Green (SHG). Judge Everett Mitchell and Percy Brown, who is the Diversity/Equity administrator for the Middleton Cross Plains Area School District will speak along with other Black community leaders and members of the Middleton High School Black Student Union.

In addition to highlighting equity efforts in the community, the event is also a fundraiser for the Middleton Education Foundation. Posters and yard signs are available for businesses and homeowners who want display them in support of the march for a donation, which in turn gores to the foundation.

For more information visit the Facebook event page at:

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