The Milwaukee Autonomous Tenants Union believes housing is a human right and serves as an advocate for tenants.
Our credit score affects almost every part of our lives. Jackie Carter breaks down what you need to know about credit and how to improve your score.
Officers in Milwaukee Police Department’s District 2 are trying something new to address the street-based sex trade on the South Side: Instead of arresting prostitutes, they are offering help.
Tune into the talk “Water Connects Us”; join the 6th District’s virtual town hall meeting; hear the experience of Black writers Derrick Harriel and Kiese Laymon; celebrate Ladies Night at Vibez Creative Arts Space; and put in the work at Alice’s Garden.
Milwaukee’s Phase 6 health order will remain in place for another four weeks. This means officials will relax some gathering and capacity limits in public spaces.
BlankSpaceMKE, which established Milwaukee Black Restaurant Week, was co-founded by Bridget Robinson and Symphony Swan-Zawadi with the goal of combining art and activism.
Marquise Mays’ short documentary, “The Heartland,” is part reflection and part reconciliation, exploring the barriers Black children face while growing up in Milwaukee.
Visit the LOTUS Legal Clinic’s exhibit; help clean up the neighborhood; check out Take Root Milwaukee’s virtual housing workshops; safely dispose of old prescriptions; and get in-person support for FAFSA applications.
You’ve told us your concerns about eviction through our texting service News414, so we talked to a panel of experts and got their advice. Here are our four main takeaways.
Despite a record-breaking year in drug overdose deaths in Milwaukee County
in 2020, the City-County Heroin, Opioid and Cocaine Task Force managed to meet only
once last year and hasn’t met at all in 2021.