UMOS Latina Resource Center hosted a candlelight vigil where staff and supporters gathered to name the 53 women killed by domestic violence this year.
The 7th Annual Día de los Muertos Parade took place in the Walker Square and Walker’s Point neighborhoods on Saturday, Oct. 29.
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.
The Walker’s Point Center for the Arts kicked off its 24th annual Dia de Los Muertos celebration with an opening night reception displaying colorful ofrendas decorated with items representing loved ones in the artists’ lives.
Poets of all ages recite poetry at an open mic presented by the local youth-led Sacred Garden group and the global organization 100 Thousand Poets for Change.
The United Community Center (UCC) hosted an Opening and Dedication Ceremony on Thursday, September 15, 2016 for their new technology and skilled-trades focused charter school, Acosta Middle School (AMS). With a pre-college emphasis and curriculum focused on experiential learning, AMS aims to equip students with the skills to be competitive in dynamic future job markets. […]
The annual Doors Open event allows the public to explore more than 150 locations throughout the city, including 12 sites in the spotlight neighborhoods of Sherman Park and Clarke Square. The event will be held Sept. 17 and 18.
Mike C., 34, is a homeless student, trying to kick his drug addiction.
A mural honoring the 50-year history of UMOS, one of the first organizations to provide social services for Latinos in Wisconsin, will be unveiled in the fall.
Harbor District Inc. searches for ways to protect the waterfront’s habitat and utilize vacant land.