In ‘Los Lecheros,’ undocumented immigrants Miguel Hernandez and Luisa Tepole pack up to take their two American-born sons back to Mexico rather than endure fear of deportation under President Trump’s tough policies
‘Los Lecheros’ documentary wins a Regional Edward R. Murrow Award; film explores conflicts involving farmers, dairy workers and Trump immigration policies.
As an administrative law judge hearing worker’s compensation cases in Wisconsin for three decades, Joe Schaeve said he often knew how certain doctors hired by employers and insurance companies would rule even before opening their reports.
The men’s group recently started a chapter in Wisconsin; founder Gavin McInnes says nationwide membership is 5,000
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism and Twelve Letter Films announce that their first documentary, “Los Lecheros” (Dairy Farmers), which explores rising tensions over undocumented dairy workers since the election of President Trump, has been accepted to two prestigious film festivals.
A memorial near the Gates of Heaven synagogue in Madison was spray-painted with swastikas and pro-Trump messages in large red letters hours before Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year.
In Milwaukee County, the debate over ‘sanctuary cities’ continues, while in rural Wisconsin, informal networks form to help immigrants avoid deportation
The Hernandez family and other dairy workers are heading back to Mexico amid hostile rhetoric and rising immigration arrests in the Midwest and nationwide.