Built on values of inclusivity, sourcing products locally and providing living wages for employees, the new Tricklebee Café in Sherman Park provides a welcoming place for neighborhood residents to gather and eat. The grand opening begins Dec. 14.
“I’m a married black gay woman with kids and grandkids. My life doesn’t look like what people expect, their fantasies or fears. My days look like everybody else’s.”
Sherman Park resident Terriaza Taylor credits her family for being her support system after the birth of her first child.
Safe & Sound, Sherman Park Association of Religious Communities and A Cry for Help Foundation organized a Feast and Football event in Sherman Park.
Program the Parks, a grassroots youth initiative in Sherman Park, has launched a program that trains and employs teens to help residents maintain their properties.
Sherman Park resident Marie Carlson has dedicated her life to providing free food for hungry residents all over Milwaukee.
During Make A Difference Day approximately 100 people representing 12 churches and other organizations partnered to clean the streets and alleys for winter, focusing on the “Tri-Block” area from 51st to 60st streets.
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.