Lately, I have been busy organizing marches and making art for them. I’ve been out marching because I’m a Black trans womxn and I want my voice to be heard loud and clear.
Starting Friday, June 26, CVS Health is opening four new test sites in Milwaukee as it expands its coronavirus testing program.
Black Educators Caucus hosts a BLM walk. Core El Centro sponsors a Mindful Parents support group. Try Milwaukee Rec’s Facebook Live dance class. Attend Take Root Milwaukee’s virtual workshop for current and potential homeowners and check out the opening of Fondy Farmers Market.
I am a product of the “colored are treated good here” era in Milwaukee’s history. Eight decades later, the legacy of that universally held white belief still haunts our city.
Many patients have delayed or avoided in-person medical treatment since the pandemic began. Now it’s time to come back. health leaders say.
Lyfe Polnitz, 13, wanted to make a difference after hearing about the death of George Floyd and the protests that sprung up across the nation.
We each have a role to play. Preaching to the choir or pretending to be on the moral high ground are not the only alternatives.
Every moment I walk out the door, it is either racism or transphobia that I have to deal with. It is mere luck that I have not been among the 15 transgender people killed so far this year, simply for being ourselves.
The Milwaukee community is a rich one, filled with stories that connect all of us. There is much to be addressed, and there is much to appreciate.
Members of our community offer their congratulations, inspiration and wisdom to the Class of 2020.