Sherman Park resident Terriaza Taylor credits her family for being her support system after the birth of her first child.
Reunitie Harmon, 35, talks about why she enjoys helping those around her.
Capitol Drive homeowner Barbara McDade needs help maintaining her property and would like the city to provide more loans and support.
Edwin Thomas, a 69-year old Amani resident, says that he is concerned about what Donald Trump as president might mean for black people.
Donald Ealy, 55, talks about why he decided to forego physical discipline with his children.
Susan Holty, who the children call “Miss Susan,” volunteers to run a garden program at All Peoples Church with the goal of getting fresh vegetables to community members.
Sherman Park resident Marie Carlson has dedicated her life to providing free food for hungry residents all over Milwaukee.
DaVaughn Patterson talks about why he wanted to be a business owner, even as a child.
Mark Beres, 40, said that unlike when he was a child, kids don’t trick or treat on the South Side anymore.
Devonte Kingsby is a bus driver for the Milwaukee County Transit System. His favorite thing about his job is helping others.