'Really eye opening to see the public get to know someone who's not like them': Sign language lessons at Puddler's Hall spread knowledge and empathy
Posted: Apr 3, 2022 8:44 AM CDT
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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- On certain nights at Puddler's Hall in Bay View, you'll find a curious crowd carrying on big conversations without making much noise at all. Since the middle of 2021, Reese Stoeger has gathered some 20 to 50 strangers at the Milwaukee tavern for lessons in American Sign Language.
On CBS 58 Sunday Morning, Michael Schlesigner showed it's become an unusually successful effort to reach out in a very Milwaukee way.