Inspired by a 2006 medical mission trip, Gigi Pomerantz formed Youthaiti to help alleviate Haiti’s sanitation crisis.
Single fathers in Milwaukee have something they want you to know: Not every black man is a deadbeat Dad. And many are taking care of their kids.
It’s another busy week in Milwaukee, with an intergenerational reading circle, interfaith rally, a picnic, a job fair and jazz in a park among the highlights.
Milwaukee’s in for a busy weekend, beginning with the grand opening of the “Evicted” exhibit, along with FunFest, a youth exposition and a bike ride.
The Indian Community School offers its pupils lessons in the classroom – and out. The school serves Native American students who live in the Milwaukee area.
On June 19, 1865, enslaved African Americans in Galveston, Texas, found out that the Civil War was over and that they were free. The ensuing celebration became known as Juneteenth Day.
Graduates, students attending high school in fall and their families can get help with college admission, financial aid, jobs and internships at MPS College and Career Centers in four high schools this summer.
Many of the people who could most benefit from PrEP, an HIV prevention pill, don’t have access to them or aren’t taking advantage of them. These include young LGBTQ men and transgender women of color.
From Juneteenth Day to the opening of the “Evicted” exhibit, there’s a lot to do this week in Milwaukee.
A report from the Wisconsin Policy Forum found that unless the economic and career trajectory of young Hispanics changes, the issue of underrepresentation in high-wage jobs will not be remedied anytime soon.