Fifteen University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee students are gaining research experience prior to graduation through internships with the Center for Urban Initiatives and Research program.
MPS students combined spoken word poetry, song and choreographed gestures as they competed in the Still Waters Collective High School Slam League Finals at the Milwaukee Public Library.
The public art installation here, mothers are tells the story of eight women from the Dominican Center for Women, Inc.
Marjorie Rucker, LISC Milwaukee’s commercial revitalization specialist, is focusing her efforts on restoring commercial corridors in the central city.
A recent career fair for Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee drew 265 applicants to fill about 50 positions at local clubs throughout the city.
Supporters of an act that would create more jobs in Milwaukee demonstrated at City Hall after the Common Council postponed introducing the citizen-authored Milwaukee Jobs Act until after the upcoming elections.
Nearly half of ex-offenders with mental health disorders are back in prison within two years of their release. A program offered by Legal Action of Wisconsin seeks to reduce that number by making sure that they receive all the services they are entitled to.
Reduced-price haircuts, fingernail painting and free literature may not be the typical way to celebrate Black History Month, but it is the way one Lindsay Heights business promotes literacy and black history.
The National Café in Walker’s Point offers fresh meal choices for vegetarians, vegans and omnivores, getting most ingredients from local farms and businesses.
About 225 children participate in COA Youth & Family Centers free meal program daily. The program ensures that children from low-income households receive nutritious meals throughout the day in a safe environment.