A federal judge on Wednesday tossed out the federal eviction moratorium, making it easier for landlords to kick out tenants behind in rent. Here are some things you should know.
A tenant, a property owner and a staff attorney with the Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee explain the process of evictions.
From connecting Harambee neighborhood residents to resources to knocking on doors, Rick Banks’ mission is to serve Milwaukee.
The Milwaukee Autonomous Tenants Union believes housing is a human right and serves as an advocate for tenants.
BlankSpaceMKE, which established Milwaukee Black Restaurant Week, was co-founded by Bridget Robinson and Symphony Swan-Zawadi with the goal of combining art and activism.
Marquise Mays’ short documentary, “The Heartland,” is part reflection and part reconciliation, exploring the barriers Black children face while growing up in Milwaukee.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has extended the federal eviction moratorium to June. Unlike the last time the moratorium was scheduled to end, the City of Milwaukee has resources available to keep people housed.
Options like rent assistance and placement in permanent housing, paired with temporary housing, have resulted in fewer people in need of emergency warming rooms this winter, some officials say.
Frustrated with people not understanding her daughter’s autism, Amelia Peace decided to write a book.
Through new federal funding, eligible tenants can receive up to 15 months of rent assistance.