This digital collection presents primary sources from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries and the Wisconsin Historical Society that provide a window onto Milwaukee’s civil rights history. During the 1960s, community members waged protests, boycotts, and legislative battles against segregation and discriminatory practices in schools, housing, and social clubs. The efforts of these activists and their opponents are vividly documented in the primary sources found here, including photographs, unedited news film footage, text documents, and oral history interviews. This website also includes educational materials, including a bibliography and timeline, to enhance understanding of the primary sources. The March on Milwaukee Civil Rights History Project seeks to make Milwaukee’s place in the national struggle for racial equality more accessible, engaging, and interactive. Project staff selected the primary sources included in this collection for their completeness, legibility, and historical importance. To the best of our knowledge, we included only materials for which we hold copyright, for which we have secured the permission of other copyright holders, or that we have identified as copyright orphaned works. The materials reproduced in this digital collection are only a selection of the primary sources documenting Milwaukee's civil rights history held by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries and the Wisconsin Historical Society. Researchers should not assume a one-to-one correspondence between digital folders and their counterparts in physical collections.