Mike C., 34, is a homeless student, trying to kick his drug addiction.
Teen participants in Layton Boulevard West’s Code Academy learn the building blocks of computer programming.
A mural honoring the 50-year history of UMOS, one of the first organizations to provide social services for Latinos in Wisconsin, will be unveiled in the fall.
Cine Sin Fronteras, a new program of Milwaukee Film, will feature six films that touch on topics including racism, classism, xenophobia and sexuality.
Two years ago this week, Cargill’s beef slaughterhouse was closed, displacing more than 600 workers, many of whom received training for new opportunities.
LaShawndra Vernon, the new executive director at Walnut Way Conservation Corp., has taken on the task of leading the organization as it prepares to enter the next phase of its development.
Andy Barillas, whose family emigrated from El Salvador when he was a child, talks about living on the South Side.
Fresh from his appearance at the BET Awards Show, where he received an award for community service, Marcus Duke is reinvigorated as he continues his efforts to find a permanent home for his organization.
A recent rally focused on mobilizing fathers to reduce the city’s escalating violence.
Residents are invited to a community meeting Saturday to discuss ideas for a large mural and green space project, which will occupy an unused parcel of land on the corner of West Forest Home Avenue and South 13th Street.