Alderwoman Milele Coggs and Tracey Dent of the Peace for Change Alliance visited Keefe Avenue School on the North Side as staff prepares to welcome students back next week.
In the wake of the shooting death of 6-year-old Justin Evans Jr., city residents are calling for proactive steps to address the root causes of violence.
On Friday July 21st over 125 youth participated in Kohl’s Explore Your Future STEM Showcase at COA Youth & Family Centers’ Goldin Center (2320 W. Burleigh).
After Sterling Daniels served 26 years in prison, he decided to pursue a different life.
African-Americans living in segregated neighborhoods lack access to jobs and are more likely to live in poverty.
This past Friday, the Amani neighborhood was buzzing with positivity from COA’s 2nd Annual Moody Park Safe Summer Kick-Off.
Community members participated in the 14th annual African-American Walk for Quality Health to call attention to the dangers of toy guns.
An independent evaluation of Safe & Sound by Medical College of Wisconsin researchers shows its community safety team strategy improves neighborhood safety.
Current students and alumni celebrated an impressive milestone for Auer Avenue Community School.
After a dialogue between residents and police in Metcalfe Park, participants said the discussions could open the door for better relations between police and the central city’s black community.