Local legal experts share advice on what to do when you have been assaulted in the workplace.
Counselors and victims of sexual assault in the workplace believe that more counseling or therapy services should be available to help women recover.
Boys from seven area middle and high schools attended a special showing of “Black Panther,” followed by a reflection session, where they discussed how the film applies to their lives.
Just days after the Feb. 14 Parkland, Florida, school shooting, people packed the basement of the Milwaukee Public Library Mitchell Street Branch for a public discussion about gun violence.
Simone Lewis-Turner enthusiastically believes her generation can create a better future by being vocal, active citizens.
Fear of repercussions keeps women in low-wage jobs from reporting sexual harassment by supervisors, co-workers and customers.
An initiative of Layton Boulevard West Neighbors, the Block Projects Menu, engages residents and grows local leaders in South Side neighborhoods.
Women refugees gathered for an afternoon of relaxation at the Aurora Walker’s Point Community Clinic on Saturday for the first in a series of weekly wellness classes designed specifically for their needs.
Many women in entry-level positions choose not to report sexual harassment incidents for fear of repercussions and go on to suffer negative mental effects of the trauma for years.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reporters covered a wide range of stories in 2017. NNS reporter Elizabeth Baker explains why this story, originally published on Oct. 4, is her favorite among those she wrote this year.