When Dr. Terence N. Thomas died of an unexpected asthmatic attack in 1991, his family set up a scholarship fund in his name. The fund has given away $1 million to support Milwaukee youth.
Joaquin Altoro’s mission as the leader of the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority is to ensure everyone has equal access to financial resources.
A year ago, Dr. Robert Davis became the president and CEO of America’s Black Holocaust Museum. Under his leadership the museum is revamping its digital space and making plans to reopen.
North Side Rising fights for environmental and economic equity for North Side residents.
CirculateMKE’s mobile market, which creates space and opportunity for shoppers and entrepreneurs to experience the diverse cultures of Milwaukee, is back to in-person business.
Forget Everything and Run, better known as F.E.A.R., works to bring diversity to the running community.
Nyesha Stone launched Carvd N Stone in 2017 because she felt there was a better way to cover the community.
Milwaukee County Healthy Start seeks to reduce and ultimately eliminate maternal child-health disparities for Black women in Milwaukee.
Elijah Tucker-Carter made a mistake six years ago. But he didn’t let it defeat him or deter his ambitions.
When Amal Azzam could not find a gallery to showcase her art, she became frustrated. So she and a friend Nayfa Naji created a forum to showcase the works of Muslim creatives in the Milwaukee community.