Marquette University researchers and the United Community Center joined together to offer Familia Sanas, a culturally appropriate program to treat Spanish-speaking Latino children diagnosed with ADHD.
Harbor District Inc. searches for ways to protect the waterfront’s habitat and utilize vacant land.
Cine Sin Fronteras, a new program of Milwaukee Film, will feature six films that touch on topics including racism, classism, xenophobia and sexuality.
Rayann Jaber grew up hearing discriminatory comments about her Muslim faith. She explains how she chooses to react to those remarks now.
Friends of Hank Aaron State Trail hosted its 17th annual 5K run and walk, with more than 1,000 people participating. For one runner, it was the 753rd race of his life.
Two years ago this week, Cargill’s beef slaughterhouse was closed, displacing more than 600 workers, many of whom received training for new opportunities.
For the 10th consecutive year, Milwaukee’s near South Side and downtown were alive with chants of “Si se peude!,” as well as colorful banners, signs and flags for May Day.
Representatives from the City of Milwaukee, including Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, and local Menomonee Valley businesses joined Larry Stern, President of Standard Electric Supply Co., today, April 26 for the ceremonial groundbreaking of their $4 million building expansion. “This will allow us the space to ultimately double the size of the company and ensure that […]
With no city subsidies available for lead abatement on the South Side, Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers points residents to other options to keep children safe from lead poisoning.
As part of the renovation of the Esperanza Unida International building, a section of Reynaldo Hernandez’s “Mural of Peace” was removed, surprising residents and the artist.