Local artists created murals depicting the struggle for fair housing for a new park in the Harambee neighborhood, created through a public-private partnership.
M.D. Dangerfield Jr., 47, talks about what he learned in school.
Local artist Jasmine West created the “Milwaukee Superheroes” mural by sketching portraits of Milwaukee cultural leaders with colored pencils.
Eric Jefferson, 48, talks about the responsibility we have to our community, our community has to us and we have to each other.
Dorothy McCollum is a professional social worker by day and a hair stylist at night.
Bessie Jeter, 70, talks about her relationship with her ex-husband.
Diana Condon, 67, picks up litter around her home and business every day, making herself a much-appreciated neighbor.
Local youth are prepping for a one-mile race at the Milwaukee Running Festival, which includes a marathon that takes runners through the central city.
A cluster of tax-foreclosed homes in the Harambee neighborhood are undergoing renovation through the city’s “scattered sites” program.
Norma Wheeler talks about her husband and his sense of responsibility.