Repairing Together brings students from African American, Jewish, Native American and Hispanic schools together to learn about each other’s perspectives and traditions.
The Rev. Willie Brisco is all about justice. Especially for his African American community. For more than 36 years, Brisco has dedicated his life to fighting racism, having served as president of MICAH and WISDOM.
Bradley Thurman doesn’t know how he helped make Coffee Makes You Black “the go-to place” in the community. The stars just aligned.
The community remains concerned about the future of Ascension St. Joseph Hospital. Here’s what’s been happening.
Students and community leaders speak about gun violence and the toil it takes on the community.
Walk between West National and Greenfield avenues on the Near South Side, and you will see a vibrant fashion destination, with at least half a dozen locally owned clothing stores that sell styles not found anywhere else.
Bob and Pat Olin fulfilled their dream of making a difference in Sherman Park when they bought a vintage gas station and redeveloped it into a coffee shop where neighbors congregate.
St. Joseph hospital will focus on access to care, chronic disease prevention, infant mortality and mental health, according to a detailed three-year plan being released Wednesday by Ascension Wisconsin.
Three years after his arrest in Sherman Park, State Rep. Jonathan Brostoff remembers a community in pain caring for each other.
Sherman Park homeowners weigh in on their neighborhood and talk about their community’s challenges and triumphs.