Voces de la Frontera is leading a bike and car caravan. Check out the Ko-Thi Dance Company. Remember public fireworks are illegal. Participate in the census and attend the Black LGBTQIA Womxn’s March.
African Americans make up the majority of residents arrested on charges of violating Milwaukee’s stay-at-home order, according to data obtained from the Milwaukee Police Department through a public records request.
Milwaukee County Healthy Start seeks to reduce and ultimately eliminate maternal child-health disparities for Black women in Milwaukee.
The Milwaukee Public Schools still has a state-mandated contract with the Milwaukee Police Department. Here’s what it does.
Don’t give up. There are still internships available, and employers are still hiring as our city continues to loosen up COVID-19 restrictions.
Longtime NNS reporter Edgar Mendez participated in the ‘This is Milwaukee’ project, an exploration of citizenship and democracy, sharing candid reflections on the incremental change he’s seen in the city.
The Social Development Commission has been deluged with requests for the Wisconsin Rental Assistance Program. Here’s what you need to know along with other resources to help those in crisis.
Need help to pay your rent? Here are some resources to help you survive this crisis.
Our picks: Latino Arts hosts a new exhibit; the Social Development Commission sponsors a giveaway; Metcalfe Park Community Bridges holds block pop-up and mobile food pantry; Washington Heights artists launch front-porch pop-ups; youths plan Black Lives Matter protest and block party; and the Hunger Task Force resumes summer meal programs for youth.
Milwaukee enters Phase 4 of its COVID-19 orders Wednesday, July 1. The phase will last a minimum of 14 days, which is the incubation period of COVID-19.