Ken Ginlack once was a crack addict who sold drugs. Today he tries to sell his community on the benefits of using mental health and substance abuse services.
Neu-Life Community Development organized a tour for teens of “hidden gems” in Lindsay Heights, including Alice’s Garden, Walnut Way Conservation Corp. and neighborhood businesses.
District 3 of the Milwaukee Police Department recently hosted a National Night Out event in Washington Park to connect with community members. However, some believe it may not be enough to bridge the gap.
Mayloynii Coste Carabello believes the key to happiness is finding your passion and sharing love with others.
Near West Side Partners hosted the first-ever “Vliet Street Gallery Night and Day” to bring residents and visitors into businesses and forgotten spaces.
Community members developed the concepts portrayed in a new Sherman Park mural created by artist Tia Richardson.
Artists Working in Education offers high school and college-age interns career opportunities in art, while sharing their passion with younger children.
Six female students at Hayes Bilingual students were introduced to careers in science, technology, engineering and math during a five-day program this summer.
Twenty people of color recently graduated from the Associates in Commercial Real Estate (ACRE) program, which connects real estate development to race and equity issues.
Milwaukee native Tanya Torres believes in the importance of equality and sharing love.