Richard Rothstein, author of “The Color of Law,” argues that segregation was created by the government and all citizens have a duty to work to undo its negative effects.
After attending an On the Table event last year, one woman decided to bring different generations together in her own neighborhood for a conversation. An estimated 10,000 people gathered for breakfast, lunch and dinner to talk about a wide array of issues.
The YoungStar program has improved child care in Milwaukee County, however 85 percent of family providers have closed in the last 10 years.
Only a fraction of sexual assault victims come forward, according to experts, and when they do, they want people to listen to them and believe them.
The two-day summit connected Milwaukee fathers with jobs and other resources to help them become more responsible and involved with their families.
A volunteer at the Riverside Urban Ecology Center when she was in high school, Glenna Holstein now manages the Menomonee Valley branch.
The second annual Black Women’s Empowerment March honored Vel Phillips, while highlighting the role of black women as the “backbone of society.”
The Milwaukee Reentry Council’s goal is to reduce the number of re-offenders by 50 percent in the next five years by providing emotional support and resources after they return to society.
The Wisconsin Black Historical Society and Museum held an open house last weekend to celebrate 30 years of serving the Milwaukee area by offering lessons on Milwaukee history and highlighting black culture.
Business owner RP Potts is calling for a ceasefire Milwaukee’s struggling neighborhoods.