From summer camps to gardening programs to computer programming classes, here’s an extensive list of youth programming that local organizations are offering this summer and most of it’s free.
Here is what you need to know to make the best choice you can when it comes to voting during the coronavirus public health crisis.
Many Milwaukee residents face a daunting choice on Tuesday: Should they risk their health or fail to exercise a civil right?
The governor’s emergency order prevents landlords from evicting tenants until at least May 26, and you can’t be foreclosed on right now. But there’s a catch.
Angela Harris, a first-grade teacher, created Milwaukee Community Care and Mutual Aid to help connect residents who need support during the COVID-19 pandemic with those who are able to help.
Schools may be closed, but these Milwaukee teachers are finding creative ways to connect with their young charges.
From livestream Q&As, virtual chess lessons, contests for academic computer programs and weekly phone check-ins, Milwaukee’s youth-serving nonprofit organizations are adapting to closures and finding new ways to support young people.
Although they already face obstacles, the real challenge for young people in New York’s youth justice system comes when they return home. Leaders say “aftercare’ helps ensure their success.
Advocates say the key to New York’s Close to Home initiative involves a shift from the traditional idea of “corrections” for young people.
The closing of Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake youth prisons will affect the future of our state’s most vulnerable youths. Many leaders say New York is a model for how young people should be treated. We travel to the Big Apple to see if there are lessons we can learn for Milwaukee.