Double Dutch to Dreams provides youth the opportunity to participate in a program aimed at helping them discover who they are, what they want out of life and, of course, how to jump double-dutch.
A petition called “Black Moms and Grandmothers Against Toy Guns” attempts to draw attention to the “gun culture” in the black community.
Donte Merriweather, a former student and teen worker at Neighborhood House, is now the lead teacher of the after-school program, which serves children ages 6- to 12-years old.
Neighborhood House of Milwaukee offers students in the Burmese Immersion Project more space for tutoring and recreational activities.
Venice R. Williams fosters an environment at Alice’s Garden where people not only exchange gardening knowledge, but share their lives.
The North Division High School gymnasium reached capacity for the 12th annual daddy/daughter dance.
Families had the opportunity to meet face-to-face with school representatives from about 100 elementary, middle and high schools and to apply early for new schools in the fall.
Demitrius White, a former pro soccer player, talks about how playing the sport at Northcott Neighborhood House at age 11 changed the course of his life.
The Milwaukee Simba SC Jimmy Banks Futsal League held tryouts at Northcott Neighborhood House to teach kids the basics of the sport.
The Milwaukee County Winter Farmers’ Market provided diverse products for attendees to sample before purchase.