Formerly incarcerated individuals are working to change how inmates are treated in prison and increase their successful re-entry into society.
The fifth annual Housing Resource Fair gathered nonprofit housing organizations and city programs in one place to inform citizens about the home-buying process and programs available to help finance or renovate homes.
DeLon Price, born and raised in Milwaukee, discusses her motivation to give back to the community she calls home.
Community organizers gathered recently to discuss crime, policing and local organizing at the Neighborhood Safety Symposium held by LISC Milwaukee.
Groups that address youth violence at the neighborhood level said the city’s new initiative could have a big impact if it empowers organizations already working on the issue.
The long-awaited Innovations and Wellness Commons on the North Side houses four organizations focused on promoting healthy living and investing in Lindsay Heights.
A $30 million federal grant to transform a 3-square-mile area on the city’s northwest side that includes the Westlawn public housing development has prompted skepticism by some Westlawn residents.
Opening in the Innovation and Wellness Commons, The Juice Kitchen combines fruits and vegetables in drinks aimed at promoting healthy living.
Chris Barnes, a stand-up comedian, talks about how he gets his material and where his performances have taken him.
About 20 bikers from the North and South sides participated in a recent Black & Brown Unity Ride, organized by Red Bike & Green, which promotes biking to improve health, environment and the local economy.