Kohl’s announced a donation of $375,000 over three years to COA Youth & Family Centers to further the organization’s mission of addressing the critical issues of poverty, education and safety by providing youth the tools and opportunities to reach their full potential.
A group exhibition of paintings and photographs by African-American artists depicts historic Milwaukee figures on wood from the city’s ash trees.
Crime in the Amani neighborhood has decreased at greater rates than the city, a trend residents, local agencies and law enforcement attribute to resident engagement and relationships.
Teens at the COA Goldin Center worked hard for more than three months to create a mural that represents their perceptions of the Amani neighborhood.
Growing up in the Amani neighborhood, Ryan Graham knew his family and his neighbors faced serious challenges but he never felt limited by those conditions.
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.
Reunitie Harmon, 35, talks about why she enjoys helping those around her.
After six years as the executive director of The Dominican Center for Women, Sister Patricia Rogers has become an indispensable leader in the Amani neighborhood. The hardships she faced throughout her life shaped her passion for helping people and led her to pursue a religious life.
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.