Last week, Maricha Harris was named the executive director of the Dominican Center. “There’s so much passion, so much love, so many amazing things that are happening here,” she says.
Take a walk with Milwaukee Recreation; learn about the Clean Slate Milwaukee’s restoration summit; stop by Milwaukee’s drive-thru job fairs; take the community health survey; and swing by the CORE El Centro block party.
During her 10-year tenure as executive director of the Dominican Center, Sister Patricia Rogers encouraged Amani residents to trust their voices and steer their community toward a better tomorrow.
Watch “Space Jam” in Johnson Park; take a bike ride through the 30th Street Corridor; attend the re-entry resource fair; visit the final Summer of Healing event; and take a hike and eat tacos with Ayuda Mutua.
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Celebrate the inaugural Near West Side Week; view the “Familias Unidas” exhibition; check out the Auer Avenue School community resource fair; learn about the plan for Fond du Lac and North avenues; and visit “Rock da Block,” a concert and giveaway event.
Talk food and culture with Ex Fabula; hear from experts on Black maternal health; take your photo with NNS at Silver City International Festival; celebrate Harvest Day with Walnut Way; and do yoga in Johnsons Park.
Support minority-owned businesses at the Deer District Market; do yoga in the park; ride bikes through Harambee; enjoy cafe and churros with Latino Arts; and check out the Silver City International Festival.
Check out Milwaukee County Healthy Start’s prenatal resource fair; offer input to the Independent Redistricting Committee on maps; attend the “Taste of Metcalfe Park” rummage sale; support season two of “Amplify”; and celebrate “Fiesta Selena.”