Chris Sims talks about the pros and cons of not knowing his father.
The recent Arms Around Us event in Amani celebrated “hope, unity and change” in Amani, Metcalfe Park, Sherman Park, Washington Park, Lindsay Heights and Walnut Hill.
Wisconsin Black Historical Society director Clayborn Benson asked artist George Gist to replace the building’s mural with one that illustrated black contributions to Wisconsin.
Common Ground has actively worked to improve Sherman Park for the past eight years, reducing the number of vacant homes from 300 to 60 and redeveloping 75 homes.
Black leaders say unity, strategy and stories are essential to changing the conditions of Milwaukee’s African-American community.
Omar Gayle, 40, who has three children still in Jamaica, talks about why he came to the United States.
The annual Doors Open event allows the public to explore more than 150 locations throughout the city, including 12 sites in the spotlight neighborhoods of Sherman Park and Clarke Square. The event will be held Sept. 17 and 18.
Bringing a close to the summer, on Saturday, September 10th, 2016 from 12-3pm, a collective of grassroots and youth serving organizations will host the 2nd Annual 300+ Strong Rally at Sherman Park. The rally will bring together hundreds of young people from across the city. The 300+ Strong Movement was launched last year to address […]
In the wake of a temporary court decision to prevent Sheriff David Clarke from continuing to enforce a three-week-long curfew in Sherman Park, city leaders said fostering trust between residents and law enforcement is essential.
Lonnie Hughes talks about the black-white wage gap in the 1960s South, and how people were conditioned to accept it.