Although much of the focus of #MeToo movement has been on high-profile perpetrators and victims, WUWM and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s event Across the Divide: From #MeToo to What Now?, discussed what sexual harassment can mean to those without a platform.
Edurawdo Hawthorne is hoping he can serve Milwaukee as a firefighter.
Milwaukee native Kenneth Barron loves the city, but would like to see transportation improve so he can get to where he needs to go quicker.
Shawn Mitchell, a U.S. Navy veteran, husband, father and entrepreneur, is dedicated to becoming a better urban citizen.
Ashanti Travers, 16, talks about developing his identity and how he learns best.
Marilyn Daul, 52, quit smoking four years ago. Now she has another New Year’s resolution.
Linda Burrell, the owner of Cakes by Linda Kay, bakes and sells a variety of desserts. Her mother passed down to her both a love of baking and some great recipes.
Laura Sue Mosier, 58, co-owns the Schuster Mansion Bed & Breakfast in the Concordia neighborhood. Her annual effort to donate warm clothing outside of the B&B recently hit a snag, because somebody has been stealing the clothing and selling it to people in the neighborhood.
Chris Her-Xiong is a refugee from Laos. She founded the Hmong American Peace Academy in 2004 to give hope to Hmong youth.
Andre Lee Ellis and his ‘We Got This’ organization hosted the mentoring and formal dinner event at the Hilton Milwaukee City Center.