Neighborhood ambassadors in Garden Homes have sparked hope, mediated violence and begun to build trust in the North Side community.
Despite pushback from community residents, arena proponents see opportunity for job growth and development in the proposal passed by the state Assembly.
Reggie Jackson of the Black Holocaust Museum puts the slogan ‘Black Lives Matter’ to the test in a lecture series that traces the history of devaluing black people in America.
Ceso Sprewell, who lost his parents at a young age, struggled as a teen growing up in urban Milwaukee. Now 32, he has found his calling helping youth facing similar challenges.
The self-funded Matilda Ward Youth Empowerment Association has been providing free summer meals at Butterfly Park for more than 10 years.
Alexander James, 24, talks about how spirituality has changed his life.
Ronald Franks, 60, talks about designing a drawing that reveals itself, as the sun rises.
Architect and urban planner Fatima Benhaddou has been selected to fill a new position at the Building Neighborhood Capacity Program. As program manager she will oversee all three BNCP neighborhoods.
Patricia Huff, 57, was molested as a child and became a drug addict and alcoholic. She’s been clean for nine years.
Crime prevention organization Safe & Sound has adopted a new strategy to create safer communities in Milwaukee.