Young players in the Journey House football league learn the game—and much more—from Charles Brown.
Students at Milwaukee’s North Division High School are learning about themselves, their history, and visual and spoken arts, thanks to an ambitious Milwaukee Repertory Theater program.
Ending the statewide residency requirement for city employees could have a huge impact on neighborhoods across the city of Milwaukee. Yet, few central city community organizations have taken an official stance on the issue.
The message of peace came through loud and clear at an anti-violence rally sponsored by Running Rebels that drew participants from throughout the city.
While Harambee may not be known as the center of Milwaukee’s innovation scene, the upcoming TEDxHarambee conference may help change that.
Organizers at Voces De La Frontera have been pushing for comprehensive immigration reform since the organization’s inception. That day seems to be coming closer, though advocates say the plan is far from perfect.
A survey of Safe & Sound participants in 21 Milwaukee neighborhoods confirmed that providing a ‘safe place’ for young people helps them stay out of gangs.
Developer Juli Kaufmann, a Milwaukee native, returned to her hometown wanting to have a significant impact on the city. Judging from the awards her work has garnered, she is succeeding.
The winner of the Silver City Business Plan Competition will be awarded a cash prize, a financial incentive package including rent for a renovated National Avenue storefront and help from marketing and accounting professionals.
Members of a grassroots immigrant rights group met with Wisconsin lawmakers and attended a massive National Rally for Citizenship on the west lawn of the Capitol.