Kiran Vedula, a producer and musician also known as “Q the Sun,” uses his musical talent to benefit youth in the community.
Dontre Hamilton’s family marked the third anniversary of his death with a celebration at All People’s Church in Harambee.
Express Yourself Milwaukee is returning to its original location in June, when it opens a studio at Running Rebels Central on Fond Du Lac Avenue.
Milwaukee Riverkeeper drew more than 4,000 volunteers for an annual spring trash cleanup along three major rivers.
Jovanny Serrano, a barber at House of Fades on Historic Mitchell Street, helps keep his clients stay clean and fresh with freestyle haircuts.
Artist Nicolas Lampert works to provide nonprofit organizations with artwork to advance social justice.
Students from local Milwaukee Public Schools were invited to tour the Milwaukee County Courthouse to learn what goes on day to day.
Desmond Mason, former small forward for the Milwaukee Bucks, recently paid a visit to Express Yourself Milwaukee to work with young people.
Milwaukee artist Tia Richardson recently completed her mural, “The Love That Holds Us,” at All Peoples Church in Harambee.
About 200 people participated in a Solidarity March organized by UBLAC to mark “Bloody Sunday,” when Alabama state troopers and local police beat non-violent protesters marching from Selma to Montgomery in 1965.