NNS reporter Elliot Hughes goes on the air with Lake Effect Radio to discuss rising traffic fatalities as a result of “red light roulette” in Milwaukee.
Although much of the focus of #MeToo movement has been on high-profile perpetrators and victims, WUWM and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s event Across the Divide: From #MeToo to What Now?, discussed what sexual harassment can mean to those without a platform.
The Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service wishes you a happy and healthy new year.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service is excited to announce the publication of “The Long March to Freedom,” a commemorative 32-page book illustrated by local artist Gabriela Riveros. The book is a compilation of our 15-part series marking the 50th anniversary of the historic open housing marches organized by the NAACP Youth Council under the guidance of the Rev. James Groppi. It features the personal stories of nine members of the Youth Council, as well as in-depth articles written by NNS staff.
Watch for more information on how to get your copy!
NNS reporter Edgar Mendez goes on the air with Lake Effect’s Joy Powers to discuss the devastating effects of opioid use in Milwaukee, and the $2.5 million in grants aimed at easing the effects of the crisis.
View from the Street: Grassroots Activism in the Black Community, a panel discussion hosted by Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service on Wednesday, Oct. 25, is sold out, but you can watch it live on Facebook beginning at 6 p.m. Panelists are activists Andre Lee Ellis, Vaun Mayes and Markasa Tucker.
NNS reporter Jabril Faraj goes on the air with Lake Effect’s Joy Powers to explain the program’s roots and the progress it has made so far.
NNS reporter Andrea Waxman goes on the air with Lake Effect’s Joy Powers to discuss Men4Men raising awareness of sex trafficking.