Maroon Calabash is a reproductive justice nonprofit that seeks to makes pregnancy a community-based experience so parents get the support they need.
High school students from across the city spent the last year learning about and completing projects on environmental issues through an internship with Reflo Sustainable Water Solutions.
Zach Lathen-Williams has always been a creative. He recently achieved his ultimate goal of producing a film.
Mariah Scott set out to create change in her community and ended up with a successful one-woman show.
Willie Hines Jr. once lived in public housing. Now he’s the first African American person to lead the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee.
U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore and members of the Select Committee on Economic Disparity and Fairness in Growth held a hearing at the Milwaukee Public Library to discuss inequities in housing.
Acts Housing broke its own record in 2021, helping 305 families purchase homes. Now the nonprofit wants to do even more and is expanding its team.
Dayvin Hallmon believes that music can both create and heal communities. And that’s what he hopes to do through the Black Diaspora Symphony Orchestra.
Stacia Thompson, the first executive director of the Sherman Phoenix Foundation, is ready to take the Sherman Phoenix to the next level.
Mayoral candidate Bob Donovan said Thursday that crime – fear of it and perceptions of it – is a major factor contributing to Milwaukee’s lack of jobs and economic development in areas of the community that need both.