Don’t start with problems. Start with trust building — a difficult but critical process — and a broadly shared vision of a better future, of peaceful and healthy communities.
Writer Frank Schneiger believes Milwaukee cannot return to the status quo of life before the pandemic and offers eight assumptions for a better, healthier, more peaceful community.
For a group of white kids in Milwaukee, growing up just when he arrived in 1954, Henry Aaron’s impact went well beyond baseball.
I am a product of the “colored are treated good here” era in Milwaukee’s history. Eight decades later, the legacy of that universally held white belief still haunts our city.