The Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation (MANDIs) recognize people and projects that improve the quality of life in central city neighborhoods.
Lindsay Heights resident Amerikus Luvene documents “the forever struggle of blacks fighting for justice.”
Esperanza Camarillo purchased a tax-foreclosed house on the South Side of Milwaukee and rehabilitated it using her contracting skills.
Willie Coleman, 60, of Baby Back Willie’s Barbecue gives back to the community any way he can.
Rafael Garcia is executive director of a nonprofit that provides critical home repairs for homeowners who could not otherwise afford them.
Margaret Rozga, poet, civil rights activist and professor emerita of English at UW-Waukesha, recommends two art exhibits now on display to bring light to the dark days of December.
LBWN seeks a highly-motivated Executive Director to lead all aspects of our comprehensive community development efforts.
Built on values of inclusivity, sourcing products locally and providing living wages for employees, the new Tricklebee Café in Sherman Park provides a welcoming place for neighborhood residents to gather and eat. The grand opening begins Dec. 14.
A daylong party marked the re-opening of the Mitchell Park Domes, which were closed in February for repairs. The future of the Domes is uncertain.
When Dennis Walton went to the Milwaukee Fatherhood Initiative for assistance more than a decade ago, he never expected to find a home as co-director.