By sharing stories of love and acceptance, Diverse & Resilient hopes to increase community acceptance of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, and reduce health problems that affect the LGBT community.
Bring Art Back Inc., a nonprofit founded to address the scarcity of free arts programming in the city, will hold a fundraiser Feb. 21, with proceeds going toward buying art supplies and providing free art lessons for kids.
As in many areas around the world, Milwaukee’s poor are also the least healthy. Health inequity for impoverished populations was the topic of a recent panel of world and local health care leaders gathered to discuss solutions to the crisis.
Civic, business and philanthropic professionals considered how an entrepreneurial spirit could help solve some of the city’s most pressing problems.
The staff of the Behavior Clinic at Penfield Children’s Center is working to adapt in-home mental health treatments for young children to better serve Latino families.
The Milwaukee Chinese Community Center hosted a colorful celebration of the Chinese New Year at the Mitchell Park Conservatory Domes.
Tatiana Joseph, born in Costa Rica and raised on the south side, struggled with her identity as a youth whenever she ventured outside her south side neighborhood. Now she helps others take pride in who they are.
Volunteers counted homeless people at shelters and under viaducts as part of Milwaukee’s “You Count” effort.
When a group of black men from Lindsay Heights got together to discuss health and nutrition, they discovered that they had much more to talk about.
Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity opened its second ReStore store to help raise funds to build homes for those in need.