On behalf of the Harambee Great Neighborhood Initiative, I would like to invite you to attend the upcoming Clinton & Bernice Rose Park Resident Input Session. At this event, the Harambee Great Neighborhood Initiative will be asking Harambee area residents and stakeholders to voice their visions for the revitalization of Clinton & Bernice Rose park, […]
Jill and Charlie Harris are among those who have found affordable housing as part of King Commons IV, the latest phase of a long-term economic development project transforming Martin Luther King Dr. on the city’s North Side.
Nearly closed in 2011, MPS’s Carver Academy hopes to turn the corner on student achievement through a one-of-a-kind partnership with City Year, Teach for America and Schools That Can.
As one of the neighborhoods hardest hit by foreclosures, Harambee has an chance to benefit from the mayor’s plan to revitalize housing stock.
Guided by two city development experts and Milele Coggs, 6th District alderwoman, a group of residents and others toured Bronzeville.
A Bronzeville property owner’s decision to lease space to Dollar Tree for a discount store rather than operating a grocery store puts the project in limbo and taxpayer dollars at risk.
A commemorative civil rights march and a “Youth Voice Stage” on Juneteenth Day helped bring the civil rights movement to life for young Milwaukeeans.
Residents of the area near 9th Street and Ring enjoyed fellowship and fun at Heal the Hood event.
TEDxHarambee focused on using the arts as a tool to foster creativity and innovation in addressing societal issues.
Welford Sanders, executive director of the Martin Luther King Economic Development Corp., has earned praise for his work to restore the King Drive neighborhood.