View from the Street: Grassroots Activism in the Black Community, a panel discussion hosted by Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service on Wednesday, Oct. 25, is sold out, but you can watch it live on Facebook beginning at 6 p.m. Panelists are activists Andre Lee Ellis, Vaun Mayes and Markasa Tucker.
This summer marks the 50th anniversary of an extraordinary event in Milwaukee history. A group of African-American teenagers belonging to the NAACP Youth Council, under the guidance of their advisor, the Rev. James Groppi, marched for 200 nights, often facing hostile white crowds, in support of open housing legislation in the city.
To commemorate the anniversary, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service has created a series of articles, videos and photographs examining various aspects of the March on Milwaukee. Read more
The Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service has won a regional Edward R. Murrow Award from RTDNA for Allison Dikanovic’s special report, “A Crime Hidden in Plain Sight: Human Trafficking in Milwaukee.” The two-part series ran on Feb. 29 and March 1, 2016. The Radio Television Digital News Association has been honoring outstanding achievements in journalism with the Edward R. Murrow Awards since 1971.
Coverage of the unrest in Sherman Park last August by Andrea Waxman, Jabril Faraj and the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service staff has been recognized in the Milwaukee Press Club’s annual Awards for Excellence in Wisconsin Journalism competition.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service, in collaboration with the School of Journalism & Mass Communications at University of Kansas, is conducting a survey to learn more about how our users interact with the site; how you relate to your community; and some demographic information. It will take you no longer than 10 minutes to complete, and the results will be valuable to NNS and other online local news sites.
Thank you for your participation.
This multimedia series about leaders of nonprofit organizations serving the central city was produced by Professor Herbert Lowe’s spring 2016 digital journalism class at Marquette University’s Diederich College of Communication, in partnership with Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service.
We send our sincerest thanks to all of our founding members for their support. Every dollar from every gift will be used to support reporting on Milwaukee’s central-city neighborhoods.
This multimedia series about leaders of nonprofit organizations serving the central city was produced by Professor Herbert Lowe’s spring 2016 digital journalism class at Marquette University’s Diederich College of Communication, in partnership with Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service. – See more at: http://milwaukeenns.org/leadership/#sthash.HSWjDQ7S.dpuf
Matthew Bin Han Ong, a former intern at Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service, is among 14 journalists chosen for the inaugural class of the National Cancer Reporting Fellowships. The fellowship was created as a collaboration between the National Cancer Institute and the Association of Health Care Journalists.