After suffering through the loss of many family members, Bridgett Wilder realized just how valuable health is. She lost 150 pounds and earned her dietetics degree to teach others to take control of their own health.
MKE Black is an organization and smartphone app created by two born-and-raised Milwaukeeans who want to drive shoppers to support black-owned businesses, community groups, events and art.
With a small staff and big ambitions, Data You Can Use helps community groups find, collect, analyze and understand data so they can better serve the community.
For 20 years, Urban Anthropology has documented Milwaukee’s diverse neighborhoods-and the people who live in them.
Jennifer López knows firsthand the challenges of attending under-resourced schools. It didn’t stop her. And she wants the 2,000 students at Carmen to soar as well.
Anxiety has risen since the Milwaukee County Transit System recently announced that 16 routes are in danger of being cut; two routes are potentially being shortened; and some seasonal services will be eliminated because of proposed funding cuts in the 2020 Milwaukee County transportation budget.
We checked in with four faith leaders in the city and asked them their thoughts about the unrest in Sherman Park three years ago.
Nō Studios is hosting a dance fest featuring performances from the renowned Ailey II dance company based in New York City and six Milwaukee dance troupes.
The county is in the early stages of examining if the job of transit security could be passed from a private company to law enforcement. Cost, safety and necessity are at the forefront of the discussion, but change is not in the foreseeable future.
Anna Mae Robertson once spent her time evading Nazi U-boats in war-torn Europe as a member of the only all-female African American battalion that served overseas in World War II.