A program called “White Frame/ Black Frame: The Hidden Roots of Racial Realities” used film clips to trigger discussion on social justice issues.
Ricardo Posads talks about his family’s food stand and how it allows them to meet new people in the Walker Square neighborhood.
The foundation-funded Community Connections Small Grants program relies on a committee of residents to review projects that can benefit their own neighborhoods.
Miquela Perez, a Walker Square resident, voices concern that parents weren’t notified when their children’s former MPS principal was convicted for sexual assault of a child.
A 26-week Small Business Administration program for emerging business leaders helped family-owned JCP Construction develop a growth plan for the company.
Two sisters found a unique way to explore the impact of diabetes on Mexican-Americans’ oral health in an art gallery on Chavez Drive.
About 150 MPS students competed for a spot at the America SCORES national poetry slam, which takes place in New York City in April.
World War II veteran Jesse Haro, 93, was presented with the second annual Latino Veteran of the Year Award at the Milwaukee County War Memorial Center.
Exploit No More, a local nonprofit, is working to train foster parents who want to help children transition out of the sex trade into safe homes.
Local artist Jasmine West created the “Milwaukee Superheroes” mural by sketching portraits of Milwaukee cultural leaders with colored pencils.