African-Americans living in segregated neighborhoods lack access to jobs and are more likely to live in poverty.
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.
While financial experts warn against the dangers of payday lending, cash-strapped Milwaukeeans take out payday loans because they have no other choice.
Timothy Seeger, 62, talks about leaving the corporate world.
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.
Teachers, parents and students at Milwaukee Environmental Sciences celebrated the debut of a mobile greenhouse, which was made possible through an Arts @ Large initiative with various community partners.
A decade-old program provides free driver’s education for Milwaukee teenagers who hold a 2.3 grade point average, participate in community service and attend an after-school program.
The Pan-African Community Association, an official refugee resettlement agency, offers support and a range of services to about 300 individuals and refugee families a year.
The Greater Milwaukee Foundation announced new neighborhoods that will be included in its Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative.
The Capitol Heights Summer Youth Program will continue next year thanks to a $15,000 grant from the Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative.