Speakers at the Social Development Commission’s annual Summit on Poverty focused on the policies and systems that force people into poverty and keep them there.
A record crowd attended the sixth annual Silver City International Festival last weekend. The festival celebrated the neighborhood’s diversity with a wide variety of local artists, food vendors and other activities.
Thousands of people gathered Wednesday for a march and rally to support those who will be affected by the Trump administration’s decision to terminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
People of different ages, races, genders and walks of life who gathered at City Hall to commemorate the open housing marches of 1967-68 reflected on racial inequality then and now.
Erick Ledesma, the Cesar E. Chavez Business Improvement District’s first Artist in Residence, plans to use his residency to help unite the Clarke Square community through art.
Thirteen Metcalfe Park and Walnut Hill residents, ages 10 to 13, learned how to garden, hold down a job and make new friends while getting paid to work this summer.
The Journey House Felix Mantilla Little League team recently welcomed a youth baseball team from Isabela, Puerto Rico, the birthplace of the Milwaukee Braves star.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee announced the closure of its Daniels-Mardak location, and some parents are worried about finding a new safe place for their children to spend time.
City on a Hill connects students to summer work opportunities and provides lifelong skills.
Recently retired community organizer Talibah Mateen-Hooper devoted herself to building community block-by-block for two decades.