Join the African American Roundtable community meetings; tune into a virtual panel discussion with AAPI artists; see what LIT has to say on the MPS budget; join the conversation on gentrification; and view a discussion on truancy in MPS.
Take a walk at the St. Ann Center; check out Fondy Farmers Market early season; visit the Nō Studios hybrid makers market; support the diaper and period supplies drive; and paint and sip this Mother’s Day.
Stream First Stage’s new plays by artists of color; tune into Frank Talks session on “The Two Americas”; check out UWM’s roundtable on anti-Asian bias; volunteer at DreamBikes; and take a walk around Mitchell Park.
Get vaccinated at the Mexican Consulate; celebrate May Day with Voces de la Frontera; join Metcalfe Park Community Bridges for a community cleanup; sample the culinary market at the Sherman Phoenix; and check out the mutual aid food distribution at Mitchell Park Domes.
First Stage’s “Amplify” series features plays by BIPOC, or Black, Indigenous and People of Color, artists. “If you can dive into theater and see perspectives from other characters, it’s going to expand your world,” artistic director Jeff Frank says.
Visit an exhibit on Nelson Mandela; check out the Employ Milwaukee job fair; tune in to a SistaStrings performance; join the Voces de la Frontera prayer vigil; and attend MATC’s virtual open house.
Celebrate Independent Bookstore Day with Niche Book Bar; enjoy Pete’s Pops’ new spring hours; help clean up the Harambee neighborhood and then sample some food; safely dispose of your prescription drugs; and check out the Dream Team United MKE donation drive and giveaway.
Our credit score affects almost every part of our lives. Jackie Carter breaks down what you need to know about credit and how to improve your score.
Tune into the talk “Water Connects Us”; join the 6th District’s virtual town hall meeting; hear the experience of Black writers Derrick Harriel and Kiese Laymon; celebrate Ladies Night at Vibez Creative Arts Space; and put in the work at Alice’s Garden.
Visit the LOTUS Legal Clinic’s exhibit; help clean up the neighborhood; check out Take Root Milwaukee’s virtual housing workshops; safely dispose of old prescriptions; and get in-person support for FAFSA applications.