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Monday, February 4, 2013
7 p.m., Shorewood Public Library

Paddy Works on the Railway: The Irish Role in Building America
Our speaker, Dennis McBride is a Senior Trial Attorney for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Coordinator of the Hedge School at Milwaukee Irish Fest. In April 2012, he was elected to a second four-year term as 4th District Alderman of the City of Wauwatosa and also elected President of the Wauwatosa Common Council.
A graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (B.A.), Princeton University (M.P.A.), and New York University (J.D.), Mr. McBride has served as a Law Clerk to U.S. District Judge Terence T. Evans (E.D. Wis.), worked for law firms in Boston and Milwaukee, and taught part-time at Marquette University Law School. He frequently speaks on topics of law, race relations, and Irish-American history and culture. Mr. McBride has made presentations on a variety of topics to audiences at Irish Fest, at the Irish Cultural and Heritage Center of Milwaukee, at the Irish-American Heritage Center of Chicago, and at meetings of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. He is at work on a book titled A Spirit Moved Our Feet: What You Should Know About Irish-Americans.
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