NNS reporter Andrea Waxman goes on the air with Lake Effect’s Joy Powers to discuss Men4Men raising awareness of sex trafficking.
NNS reporter Edgar Mendez goes on the air with Lake Effect’s Joy Powers to discuss big changes to local and national GED testing.
NNS reporter Andrea Waxman goes on the air with Lake Effect’s Joy Powers to discuss College Possible, a regional organization that helps low-income students get into college.
Coverage of the unrest in Sherman Park last August by Andrea Waxman, Jabril Faraj and the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service staff has been recognized in the Milwaukee Press Club’s annual Awards for Excellence in Wisconsin Journalism competition.
NNS reporter Jabril Faraj, goes on the air with Lake Effect’s Joy Powers to discuss Safe Zones community based policing initiative that evolved out of the Dontre Hamilton protests in 2014.
NNS reporter Jabril Faraj, goes on the air with Lake Effect’s Joy Powers to discuss Voces de la Frontera, and a Day without Latinos, Immigrants and Refugees.
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NNS reporter Edgar Mendez, goes on the air with Lake Effect’s Joy Powers to discuss some of the challenges facing Greenfield Avenue on Milwaukee’s south side. The area has become the city’s main prostitution hub, and a place where prostitutes and residents alike are victimized.