Writer Frank Schneiger celebrates his era of playgrounds and recreational activities in Milwaukee and envisions those spaces being peaceful, healthy havens again for today’s youth.
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.