As summer approaches, Dwight Allen, 45, said he is worried about youth who are stealing cars in his neighborhood.
Local leaders and members of several community-based organizations gathered in front of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. statue to raise awareness about racism against girls and women of color.
Young people working for DreamBikes of Milwaukee learn to repair bikes and provide customer service. The bicycle shop also sells community members high-end bicycles for a fraction of their retail cost.
Shared_Studios, an organization that helps create conversations between strangers in different cities, recently launched a “portal” — a gold-colored shipping container with audio-visual technology — in the Amani neighborhood.
The county recently adapted new bus routing and scheduling after a Costco opened in Menomonee Falls, but the needs of some workers on the early shift remain unmet and the long-term future of the route is uncertain.
Donelle Maclin, 14, says he finds enjoyment in tumbling, an activity that forces him to face fears and allows him to clear his head.
A weeklong celebration of black-owned restaurants is taking place across the city through April 23. Milwaukee Black Restaurant Week features special deals at the various eateries.
Peter Drews, a Playworks coach at Hopkins Lloyd Community School, uses “game time” classes to teach leadership skills, conflict resolution and collaboration.
The Dominican Center will host Make Change Happen in 2016, a community organizing training for youth ages 15 – 22. Reverend Yehiel Curry will facilitate the series of Saturday sessions from 10am to 1pm beginning May 14, 2016. The training continues twice a month through October 2016. Upon completion of the training, participants will be […]