Seniors at the Hmong American Peace Academy who complete Chingcha Vang’s Hmong Experience Project are helping to bridge a generational divide.
Dozens of Milwaukee leaders attended a memorial service for Vel Phillips, the civil rights activist who changed open housing laws in Milwaukee.
The Urban Ecology Center, along with the Sierra Club-John Muir Chapter, hosted an Earth Day of Service in the Washington Park community to encourage environmental awareness.
Through personal stories told by Ex Fabula fellows and small group discussions, audience members addressed housing as a public health issue at a recent forum held at the Zilber School of Public Health.
Mi Casa Su Cafe is one of more than a dozen restaurants participating in the third annual Black Restaurant Week, taking place through April 21.
Midtown residents are optimistic about Habitat for Humanity’s “Midtown 100” project, which is designed to revitalize a neighborhood challenged by crime and deteriorating properties.
Jerricka Horton, a nursing student who runs track in her free time, cares about health.
Milwaukee Public Schools hosted 1,000 students and more than 60 employers at its first-ever job fair, an effort to foster workforce development and non-academic learning.
After resettling in Milwaukee from a Rwandan refugee camp in June, Kabayiza Ntirenganya, who was shot in the foot at age 4 and is disabled, is now facing challenges finding a job.
Kalan Haywood seeks to inspire the next generation by developing community-focused properties and mentoring youth.