In a nod to the growing Mexican population, the 51st Mexican consulate in the U.S. will open in Milwaukee soon.
Tammy L. Rivera, interim executive director at Southside Organizing Committee, plans to further develop the organization by diversifying its funding sources and increasing its volunteer base.
The Board of Directors is excited to announce that Tammy L. Rivera will serve as Interim Executive Director of the Southside Organizing Committee (SOC) beginning January 7, 2015. Ms. Rivera is a veteran nonprofit executive, community activist, educator, and lifelong resident of Milwaukee’s Southside. For more than 25 years she has provided strategic and operational […]
The Greater Milwaukee Foundation announced new neighborhoods that will be included in its Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative.
After serving as executive director of the Southside Organizing Committee for 22 years, Steve Fendt was voted out by the organization’s board of directors.
Renovating buildings is a family tradition for Vincent Hanoski, a third-generation bicycle shop owner.
Cultural outreach person Part time (initially). $21.00 hour. Urban Anthropology Inc. is looking for a man or woman who loves cultural diversity to work with neighborhood residents and youth in the Lincoln Village Neighborhood with our various programs. This person MUST: Have a verifiable and strong work history, Be mature, Have a bachelor’s or graduate […]
South Side immigration rights activists are reacting to reforms announced by President Obama with “a divided heart,” pledging to continue fighting for more changes.
Milwaukee Latinos face many barriers to rising to the highest levels of government and business, according to local community leaders.
With a who’s who of local Democratic elected officials in attendance at a Southside Organizing Committee event, gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke stole the show, announcing her support for driver’s cards for undocumented residents.