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Milwaukee Center for Independence CEO Teri Zywicki was interviewed Sept. 15 by Milwaukee Radio Group’s Andrea Williams. The public affairs program aired during Andrea’s program, which runs from 6-7 a.m. Sundays.
The interview aired on all of Milwaukee Radio’s Group stations: WJMR-Jammin’ 98.3, WKLH-Hometown Rock 96.5, WHQG-102.9 The Hog, WNRG-Energy 106.9, and WJYI-Joy 1340/98.7.
The segment focused on organizations making a difference in Milwaukee.Listen to it here
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