As reckless driving incidents continue to plague the city, residents, groups and others continue efforts to raise awareness.
Diversity, equity and inclusion aren’t just words to the staff of Colorful Connections, which helps businesses recruit diverse talent and create supportive workspaces.
First Stage’s “Amplify” series features plays by BIPOC, or Black, Indigenous and People of Color, artists. “If you can dive into theater and see perspectives from other characters, it’s going to expand your world,” artistic director Jeff Frank says.
Tyrone ‘DJ Bizzon’ Miller put his experience as a DJ into 72-page beginners’ manual for those interested in learning the craft.
Milwaukee is home to many published authors. Here are some.
“Latino Wisconsin” tells the stories of Latinos in Wisconsin and is a labor of love for former reporter Georgia Pabst and her husband, Ralph.
Documenting women of color is Nicole Acosta’s life work. She didn’t know her work would start a movement.
Can the Milwaukee Art Museum be a welcoming space for all? That’s the question Kantara Souffrant hopes to affirmatively answer when she begins her new role of curator of community dialogue in January.
Ferne Caulker, the founder of the Ko-Thi Dance Company, continues to make moves in the community.
With the release of “2020: The Vision,” Running Rebels Community Organization is stressing human connections during a time when our world has been rocked by a pandemic, protests and a nail-biter presidential election.