Many of the people who could most benefit from PrEP, an HIV prevention pill, don’t have access to them or aren’t taking advantage of them. These include young LGBTQ men and transgender women of color.
From Juneteenth Day to the opening of the “Evicted” exhibit, there’s a lot to do this week in Milwaukee.
A report from the Wisconsin Policy Forum found that unless the economic and career trajectory of young Hispanics changes, the issue of underrepresentation in high-wage jobs will not be remedied anytime soon.
Milwaukee is celebrating Father’s Day this weekend with block parties and cookouts.
Almost 30 years after acquiring the campus vacated by Concordia College, the Forest County Potawatomi have renovated and revitalized the property.
Anna Mae Robertson once spent her time evading Nazi U-boats in war-torn Europe as a member of the only all-female African American battalion that served overseas in World War II.
Going back to school can feel frustrating for high school dropouts, but it can also be a rewarding experience. Here’s how to get going.
There’s a little something for everyone this week, with some film screenings, a book sale and a job fair.
It’s a busy weekend in Milwaukee with events dealing with gun violence, to PrideFest Milwaukee to the Miss and Little Miss Juneteenth Pageant.
The 75-acre site where Wisconsin’s largest public housing development once stood is roaring back to life as about 1,000 mixed-income housing units are emerging at the new Westlawn Gardens on Milwaukee’s northwest side.