Vedale Hill, the first artist to participate in the HomeWorks: Bronzeville initiative plans to move into his newly rehabbed home this fall.
The Journey House Felix Mantilla Little League team recently welcomed a youth baseball team from Isabela, Puerto Rico, the birthplace of the Milwaukee Braves star.
On the one-year anniversary of the shooting of Sylville Smith, his family hosted a “Back to School Bash.” The event provided an outlet for community members to celebrate Smith’s life and get students excited to go back to school.
The ACLU and Urban Underground hosted a two-week day camp focusing on social justice issues and leadership training for young people in Milwaukee.
In the wake of local and national changes to immigration laws and policies, undocumented Milwaukeeans are taking tangible steps to prepare for possible deportation.
Syandene Alexander, operational director of 2035 Studios, is focused on creating opportunities for central city youth to have access to art and performance spaces.
Following the success of the first Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative in Washington Park, Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity is taking the program to two more neighborhoods.
The Hunger Task Force and local partners collaborate to make sure local youth get adequate nutrition through the summer, with 138 meal locations in the city of Milwaukee.
The Milwaukee Area Refugee Consortium (MARC) brought together speakers and entertainment acts to celebrate World Refugee Day 2017.
Felipe “Flip” Martinez, owner of Flip N Styles Barbershop on West National Avenue, opened Motive8 clothing store next to his barbershop to create a hub for all things hip-hop.