Calendar Accurately Reflects Wisconsin’s Communities

In an effort to continue the popular multicultural tourism calendar, first launched in 2005, yet maintain factual integrity, the Wisconsin Department of Tourism has released a segregated version. This calendar will depict realistic scenes of Real Wisconsin diverse citizens in their natural habitats as opposed to staged or doctored photos to falsely represent integration. The twelve photos used for each month are as follows:

January—African-Americans celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day at the Hoopfest basketball tournament in Milwaukee


February—White ice-fishermen sit next to their ice-shack with beers in hand. Pickup truck and “Warning: Thin Ice” sign in background.


March—A group of Jewish UW-Milwaukee students attend classes on good Friday wearing their Kippahs


April— Chippewa spearfishers in boats with lights shining in the water and spears in hand. White protesters line the shore


May—Mexican-Americans celebrate the Cinco de Mayo celebration at the UMOS Center on South Chase Avenue. Colorful dresses, piñatas, and low riders in the parking lot.


June—Barbeque at the Juneteenth Day street festival. African-Americans fill the streets as police officers line the sidewalks.


July—Italian-American family lighting off fireworks and playing Bocce Ball in the backyard August—White suburban family in their yard. Dad is watering the lawn. Mom is weeding the garden. Junior is kicking a soccer ball.


September—A Jordanian Muslim family sitting around their kitchen table and drinking only water to celebrate the month of Ramadan


October—A group of overweight white men at an Oktoberfest celebration wearing lederhosen, eating brats, and drinking beer. A polka band plays in the background.


November—Three Hmong hunters standing next to a “No Trespassing” sign with five deer

December—African-American churchgoers outside of their church on Christmas Day. Nativity scene with a blond-haired Jesus in background.

Friday, August 31, 2007 14545
A student reported that a laundry basket holding a 12-inch fan, electric cords and other items with a total value of $50 was stolen Aug. 22 the day after he moved into O'Donnell Hall. Yes, folks, a fan.
Wednesday, July 25, 2007 16562
The Medical College of Wisconsin, under increasing pressure from animal rights organizations, has rescinded its decision to use dogs in its animal lab. Instead, the college will use cats, horses, monkeys, and parrots as its main resource for animal testing. “Dog people are very organized,” said a spokesperson for the Medical College. The intention is to maintain the policy of testing domesticated animals that people love while not having to deal with public relations problems caused by dog owners.While people might become upset about the thought of Seabiscuit or Garfield being used for live lab work, a mere 2 million people nationwide own horses, and cat owners tend to be more prone to eating ice cream and watching “Grey’s Anatomy” than being active in politics. Compare this to the whopping 44 million households that own dogs and can’t imagine their little puppies being sliced open and hacked apart in the name of science.

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