The Milwaukee Christian Center, whose senior center is located near 14th Street and National Avenue, has created an atmosphere of support, encouragement and education that helps struggling individuals access opportunities.
A group exhibition of paintings and photographs by African-American artists depicts historic Milwaukee figures on wood from the city’s ash trees.
Bobby Drake performed his “Never Say Die show” at the Black Arts Festival, which concludes Sunday at the Wisconsin African American Women’s Center.
Veteran drummer Ramone Malone’s band MIC is set to perform at the inaugural Black Arts Festival.
Musical prodigy Pierre, who uses no last name, is jamming with his band at the first Milwaukee Black Arts Festival on Saturday, Feb 18.
Legendary Milwaukee artist Mary Davis and her band are among the featured artists at the inaugural Black Arts Festival, which runs today through Sunday.
Darryl Johnson, executive director of Riverworks Development Corp., has led several major projects that have helped to change the outlook in Harambee.
Pete’s Fruit Market, a family-owned store that will soon open a new location in the heart of Bronzeville at N. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. and W. North Ave., will hold a second customer service jobs information session from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. TOMORROW — Thursday, February 16 — at the Milwaukee Urban League, 435 W. North Ave., Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs said today.
Teens shared their experiences with gun violence and learned about drug abuse at the annual Neighborhood House of Milwaukee summit.
The local nonprofit I Will Not Die Young, which works to combat youth violence, is using a $25,000 donation from San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick to expand its writing workshops and offer “peace assemblies” for young people.