Pamela Davis teaches special education at Keefe Avenue School, the same place she attended kindergarten many years ago. Her passion for teaching comes from her love of helping people.
Clarke Square resident Ras Maurice McCutcheon, 17, is happy that Milwaukee values its park system. He says it offers everyone a chance to escape urban environments and smartphones and to take their minds off of what’s bothering them at home.
Sherman Park resident Farina Brooks came to a meeting about last summer’s unrest in her neighborhood to say her community would be better off if adults would build relationships with youth.
Stacey Cooper talks about her experience with renting, home ownership and what matters when it comes to maintaining neighborhoods.
Mariah Robinson-Page started going to the Mary Ryan Boys & Girls Club in Sherman Park when she was 5 years old. Now she is a member of the staff.
Mayloynii Coste Carabello believes the key to happiness is finding your passion and sharing love with others.
Syandene Alexander, operational director of 2035 Studios, is focused on creating opportunities for central city youth to have access to art and performance spaces.
Leticia Maldonado, 43, would like to see something done about the prostitution on West National Avenue.
Jasmine Williams, who has lived in Milwaukee her whole life, enjoys going to the lakefront and Lincoln Park to spend time with her family.
After Sterling Daniels served 26 years in prison, he decided to pursue a different life.