Although the deadline to apply for funds from the Wisconsin Emergency Rental Assistance program is Tuesday, Jan. 31, Milwaukee housing leaders said Friday that money is sill available for struggling residents.
Check out a free grocery giveaway; attend Rid Racism’s awards ceremony; drink coffee with County Executive David Crowley; be a spectator at the MPS basketball showcase at Marquette; and go to a wellness group meeting for small-business owners.
South Division High School and the Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers have partnered to create the first school-based health clinic within Milwaukee Public Schools, expanding access to health care for a predominantly Hispanic student body.
Milwaukee is mourning the death this week of Jose Vasquez, a mentor and active community member whom we wrote about four years ago
Will a proposal to change the cash bail system penalize the poor? Some advocates say so, but others argue doing nothing about the current system would be a mistake.
The City of Milwaukee announced a stipend program for early childhood educators that will pay them $1,500 over three installments in 2023.
The new coronavirus variant, XBB.1.5, is the most prevalent strain of the virus in the country. Health leaders predict it’s just a matter of time before rates rise in Wisconsin.
Attend a workshop for Black entrepreneurs; tell the library what services you want to see; get a tour of Latino Arts Inc.’s current exhibition; learn more about resources for people with disabilities; and find out about the work of birth workers and doulas.
We are looking for a community engagement reporter to better serve you. The deadline to apply is Jan. 30.
Attend the opening of the “Music to My Fingers” exhibition; check out the “mutual aid shed” organized by Metcalfe Park Community Bridges; join a conversation on Black public health; participate in the winter coat drive organized by Voces de la Frontera; and attend Amani United’s neighborhood housing and economic development meeting.