We checked in with four faith leaders in the city and asked them their thoughts about the unrest in Sherman Park three years ago.
Three years after the unrest, what stands out in the memories of Sherman Park residents? We visit the Sherman Phoenix to ask business owners and patrons.
Get ready for a busy weekend. From an Amani Youth in Action meeting to Music in Mitchell Park, there’s something for everyone.
Young people from the Sherman Park neighborhood reflect on the unrest that took place after the fatal shooting of 23-year-old Sylville Smith by a Milwaukee police officer three years ago.
Sherman Park homeowners weigh in on their neighborhood and talk about their community’s challenges and triumphs.
Deputy editor Adam Carr appears on WTMJ-TV (Channel 4) to discuss NNS coverage of the third anniversary of unrest in Sherman Park.
The Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service assembled neighbors and community leaders who are on the front lines in the Sherman Park community for a series of Facebook Lives to mark the third anniversary of unrest in Sherman Park.
A Milwaukee poet reflects on the unrest three years ago in Sherman Park.
Some say trust issues remain between police and Sherman Park residents, and nearly everyone agrees more can be done in the community.
Since the Sherman Park unrest in 2016, what’s changed? Has progress been made? Are we worse off now? These are some of the questions we will ask Tuesday during a series of critical conversations with activists and advocates in Sherman Park.