Esperanza Camarillo purchased a tax-foreclosed house on the South Side of Milwaukee and rehabilitated it using her contracting skills.
Rafael Garcia is executive director of a nonprofit that provides critical home repairs for homeowners who could not otherwise afford them.
Built on values of inclusivity, sourcing products locally and providing living wages for employees, the new Tricklebee Café in Sherman Park provides a welcoming place for neighborhood residents to gather and eat. The grand opening begins Dec. 14.
When Dennis Walton went to the Milwaukee Fatherhood Initiative for assistance more than a decade ago, he never expected to find a home as co-director.
A group of Milwaukee protesters marched on Wisconsin Avenue starting at Wells Fargo Bank, one of the lenders financing the building of the oil pipeline near the Standing Rock reservation in North Dakota.
Milwaukee ranked poorly on employers’ willingness to hire people with an irregular work history and limited “soft skills,” according to the 2016 Community Readiness Assessment released by YWCA Southeast Wisconsin.
About 150 Milwaukee Public Schools students performed their poetry in front of celebrity judges at a recent poetry slam.
Reggie Moore, director of the Office of Violence Prevention, hopes to combat violence in Milwaukee and use his leadership skills to create change.
Bradley Tech High School’s second annual career day allowed students to explore the skilled trades hands on, with the hope of helping them find their passion and connect with industry professionals.
As founding president of Above the Clouds, Linda Wade inspires children from throughout the city to express themselves and follow their dreams through free dance, music and creative arts classes.