A commemorative civil rights march and a “Youth Voice Stage” on Juneteenth Day helped bring the civil rights movement to life for young Milwaukeeans.
Residents of the area near 9th Street and Ring enjoyed fellowship and fun at Heal the Hood event.
TEDxHarambee focused on using the arts as a tool to foster creativity and innovation in addressing societal issues.
Welford Sanders, executive director of the Martin Luther King Economic Development Corp., has earned praise for his work to restore the King Drive neighborhood.
While Harambee may not be known as the center of Milwaukee’s innovation scene, the upcoming TEDxHarambee conference may help change that.
For the first time in 2012, the City of Milwaukee set aside a specific percentage of contracting dollars for black-owned companies. However, an NNS analysis of city data shows that the ordinance benefited few such firms.
The city hopes that a consultant can breathe new life into the long-anticipated Bronzeville redevelopment project.
After a successful inaugural season as a community supported agriculture business, Young Farmers of Milwaukee kicked off its second season by attending the Urban Ecology Center Local Farmer Open House.
Darren and Vedale Hill grew up in poverty in Riverwest. Now in their twenties, the brothers have returned to teach and inspire local children.
Recently, Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch read holiday stories and visited with students at St. Marcus Lutheran School.