M.J. Perez talks about going to New Orleans to volunteer in 2005.
Teresa Torres, captain of the Franklin Heights Block Watch and aunt of 9-year-old Stephen, worries about what’s happening in Milwaukee classrooms.
Joe Guentner, 64, talks about taking responsibility for his actions.
Stan Kass, 82, opened Skylark Vending with his wife in 1950. In an increasingly health- conscious era, he defends eating junk food in moderation.
Michelle Legener, 39, talks about her struggle with keeping a job.
Brother Wiley Watson talks about how Milwaukee Victory Church’s Christian Restoration Home, 2212 W. National Ave., has changed his life.
Charlene Love, 48, talks about not knowing who her real father is.
Trell Harris, 23, opposes legislation in Madison that, if approved, would require drug testing for food stamp recipients.
Dejaun Jones, 39, talks about what it’s like raising three girls.
Rufus King freshman Lacandra McCray reflects on racism and the state of black Americans at a recent gathering in memory of Dontre Hamilton at Red Arrow Park.