Young people of color from across Milwaukee spoke about the importance of building relationships, speaking up and being themselves.
Venice Williams used some of her family’s favorite recipes as a guest chef at the Tandem restaurant, across the street from Alice’s Garden.
Mark Eppli, founder of the ACRE program, has worked to increase the number of people of color in commercial real estate.
At North Division High School, about 1,000 fathers and daughters attended the annual Daddy/Daughter Dance, which was streamed live on Facebook for the first time this year.
Hoping to help more low- to moderate-income residents with their finances, three nonprofit organizations partnered to create more Financial Opportunity Centers in Milwaukee.
For 24 hours each year, the Riverwest 24 bike ride transforms 4.5 miles of public streets into a rolling community-building experience.
An exhibit featuring art by middle and high school students focused on the dangers of human and sex trafficking of young people, in an effort to spread awareness about the issue in Milwaukee.
Kalan Haywood seeks to inspire the next generation by developing community-focused properties and mentoring youth.
Fear of repercussions keeps women in low-wage jobs from reporting sexual harassment by supervisors, co-workers and customers.
The Fire and Police Commission held a public forum to allow the two remaining finalists for the position of acting police chief to answer questions posed by community members, but residents said they did not get the answers they were looking for.