Calip Stephens reflects on past mistakes and missed opportunities in fatherhood, but finds solace and rejoices in the man his son has become.
Thomas Shaw has worked in the Concordia neighborhood for the last three years, keeping school children safe as they walk to class at the Milwaukee Chinese Language Academy at 25th Street and Wisconsin Avenue.
Ronald Franks, 60, talks about designing a drawing that reveals itself, as the sun rises.
James Baty is a poet who writes about the human condition.
James Nash, 30, talks about why he felt the need to start working as a young child.
Earlene Green, 66, talks about why she and her husband of more than 15 years went through a period of uncertainty in their relationship.
Donte Merriweather, a former student and teen worker at Neighborhood House, is now the lead teacher of the after-school program, which serves children ages 6- to 12-years old.
Lennis McDuffie talks about how a years-long struggle with drugs came to an end.
Bob Olin has owned the Sherman Perk Coffee Shop for 14 years. He knows what is important to the community by the conversations customers have in his shop.
Terry Ellis, 44, who is an oldest child and spent time in group homes, talks about coming to understand his mother’s past struggles.