Bronzeville Week 2017 will be home to many different and unique events this week, for people of all ages.
The Common Council has approved the sale of two vacant lots near 9th and Ring streets to “We Got This.” Andre Lee Ellis and his youth employment and mentoring organization will develop one of the lots.
Grassroots activists launch the Marcus Garvey Community Garden on 37th Street.
Members of the NAACP Youth Council, led by the Rev. James Groppi, marched for 200 nights beginning on Aug. 29, 1967, to support open housing legislation in Milwaukee. The Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service took a look back in a series of 15 articles and videos.
In the wake of local and national changes to immigration laws and policies, undocumented Milwaukeeans are taking tangible steps to prepare for possible deportation.
Community members attending a discussion about the aftermath of the violence in Sherman Park last summer called for better police treatment of African-Americans, more engagement with youth, and improved education and housing to prevent future unrest in central city neighborhoods.
Cultural and Arts Festival, HaRUNbee 5K Walk/Run to highlight first day of family-oriented week of celebration in Bronzeville
The Buildings-Landscapes-Cultures Field School at the UWM Department of Architecture is compiling stories of neighbors and architecture in Milwaukee for the sixth straight year.
Mayloynii Coste Carabello believes the key to happiness is finding your passion and sharing love with others.
A new redevelopment underway in the Sherman Park neighborhood stands as a model for healing Milwaukee by generating positive economic and social returns in communities of color.