On June 19, 1865, enslaved African Americans in Galveston, Texas, found out that the Civil War was over and that they were free. The ensuing celebration became known as Juneteenth Day.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee recently opened its doors to a Teen Tech Center at the Mary Ryan Club, 3000 N. Sherman Blvd.
Native American youths learn about their rich heritage in culture classes being offered at the Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center.
At the new location of St. Charles Furniture & Thrift Store in West Allis, employees are young students and residents of Milwaukee County.
Rev-Up Milwaukee’s small business competition winners are reshaping the commercial corridors of the Near West Side through new storefronts.
The Milwaukee nonprofit PeppNation uses sports to show kids they can be winners off the field as well as on.
A group of boys participating in the Saving Our Sons Movement visited the Milwaukee Art Museum to view an exhibit on San Quentin Prison and discuss what they learned from it.
Kiwan Epps recognizes that his customers at the Avenues West Walgreens have immediate needs during a snowstorm.