Rocky Coe has been an activist his entire life, as an attorney focusing on labor law, and in his personal life as a caring neighbor in Sherman Park.
After learning about a group of Baraboo High School students who took a prom photo that appeared to portray a Nazi-style salute, Rufus King students and staff countered with their own portrait.
The City of Milwaukee Office of Violence Prevention is piloting a program that trains local coaches to talk to their teams about respect, integrity and non-violence in an effort to prevent sexual assault.
A group of more than 30 stakeholders involved in preventing evictions in Milwaukee worked together for the first time to figure out how to improve systems and services for those at risk of losing their homes.
Bader Philanthropies, Inc. held the grand opening celebration for its new world headquarters on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive. The move is intended to spark investment in the surrounding neighborhood.
Richard Rothstein, author of “The Color of Law,” argues that segregation was created by the government and all citizens have a duty to work to undo its negative effects.
After attending an On the Table event last year, one woman decided to bring different generations together in her own neighborhood for a conversation. An estimated 10,000 people gathered for breakfast, lunch and dinner to talk about a wide array of issues.
In the wake of changing state law, Milwaukee residents gathered to discuss how the juvenile justice system can better serve young people and the community.
A team of community leaders partnered with residents, small businesses, nonprofits and students to create a community art project about what makes them happy in the Avenues West neighborhood.
A new development model makes Lindsay Heights residents co-owners and co-developers of a renovated, job-creating property that houses small businesses and a sit-down restaurant.