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.
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.
Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs is challenging recent Milwaukee high school graduates to dissect the concept of “freedom” for the 8th Annual Freedom Essay Scholarship Contest. The scholarship is open to current and recent high school graduates from Milwaukee who are college-bound. The topic for the essay is “freedom,” and it provides graduates with an opportunity […]
Elise Myers, 25, who lives in the Harambee neighborhood, is an environmental educator at the Urban Ecology Center in Riverside Park. She runs classes for students from local schools that are designed to connect them with nature.
A full-service supermarket, known for serving a diverse customer base, has announced plans to open second store on Milwaukee’s near North Side.
Rickey Austin, 55, believes that youth are in trouble because the rules have broken down.
Aldermanic candidates in several key races responded to a Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service survey about how they would address crime, attract jobs to their district and other community concerns.
With the restoration of the “Celebrate the Arts” mural, the gateway to Bronzeville is alive again with brilliant color.
Tenants of Maskani Place, a 37-unit building in the Harambee neighborhood, can receive social services within the confines of the apartment complex.