What is the impact of language hostile to immigrant communities? Several leaders from the local Sikh community reflect on recent statements from the president, an unspeakable tragedy in their community and an upcoming play that explores these dynamics.
Dad’s one of Milwaukee’s top developers. The son is the youngest legislator in Wisconsin history. Both share a desire to make the city a better place. They’re definitely a family to watch. (And you can read about them, too.)
The criminalization of Black people remains remarkably resilient. Understanding the historical roots of today’s realities are essential if we are to forge worthwhile reforms.
Firefighter Carlos Velazquez-Sanchez gives some advice for avoiding house fires and what to do if there is one.
The St. Joseph Accountability Coalition is asking Ascension St. Joseph hospital to sign a legally binding agreement not to cut surgical and in-patient services at the North Side facility.
At the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service, we take the “service” part of our name seriously. Here is a “How To” on the best ways to get your news on our site and on our social media channels.
From an immigration rally to a mobile legal clinic, there is much to do this week. Check out what’s happening in your neighborhoods.
Come meet NNS editor Ron Smith during a “happy hour” hosted by the Nonprofit Academy of Wisconsin from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 30 at Anodyne Coffee Roasting Co., 224 W. Bruce St.
Although endorsed by the mayor, council members remain undecided over whether Griselda Aldrete should lead the Fire and Police Commission.
A joint task force between the city and county was officially adopted Thursday, and a plan of action will soon be solidified to fight climate change and economic inequity through “green” jobs.