Since testing positive for COVID-19, David Bowen and Rebecca Quesada have kept their focus on making a difference.
It will soon be mandatory for Milwaukee residents to wear face masks in public places. Medical experts and community leaders discuss why we should care.
Milwaukee Public Schools opens enrollment. Learn about Groundwork Milwaukee at the Friends of Real Food meeting. The annual Walk for the Hungry goes virtual while The Peace Garden Project MKE is giving away free wellness kits at the Sherman Phoenix. Last, Milwaukee County’s Energy Assistance Program extends its hours.
The Common Council is scheduled to vote Monday on a proposal to require residents to wear masks. Here’s what else you need to know about the coronavirus and Milwaukee’s response this week.
Since the ’60s, Milwaukee has not tolerated overt racism, but systematic structural racism has prevailed. It is not only the city officials who perpetuate this racism, but it is all of us who consistently support and vote them into office.
This gallery features three photographers and images they chose to represent their experiences documenting marches and protests in Milwaukee.
Beat the heat at the cooling center at North Division High School. Check out The Underground Makers Market and the annual rummage sale on West Vliet Street. Plus, Radio Milwaukee is giving away free yard signs, and Alice’s Garden is hosting a Safe Space Sunday.
Through marches, murals and speeches, LGBTQ+ members of the Black Lives Matter movement are leading crucial conversations in the community.
Spanish-speaking health care providers are working to stop the spread of COVID-19 in the Latinx community, which has faced the brunt of cases.
As temperatures are expected to soar into the 90s this week, Milwaukee residents face two intersecting challenges: how to stay cool during a pandemic that has closed most in-person respites from the heat.