To end a year in which togetherness has been in short supply, we met families throughout the city on their porches to document our community during the holidays.
Meet some of your neighbors who exercised their right to vote on Election Day.
On the eve of the early voting period, an interfaith vigil offered motivation and information for getting out to the polls.
Good City Brewing and The 30th Street Industrial Corridor co-sponsored a “Black is Beautiful beer release” on Aug. 15 to support a new housing initiative in the Garden Homes area.
Capuchin Community Services distributed school supplies to Milwaukee youth on Aug. 27.
At the corner of North 14th and West Vliet streets, a newly completed mural features portraits of change makers, community leaders and elected officials.
Tia Richardson worked for three years with community members in the Muskego Way neighborhood to create a mural spanning an entire building-side on West Forest Home Avenue.
This gallery features three photographers and images they chose to represent their experiences documenting marches and protests in Milwaukee.
This gallery compiles images from a wide range of community members, sampling some of the remarkable scenes that have unfolded in our city over the past two weeks of sustained marches.
Metcalfe Park Community Bridges organized its first Mutual Aid Porch Drop-Off Day. Volunteers and staff distributed masks, gloves, voting and census info, food, hygiene products and more to thousands of residents.