Hear from two nationally recognized authors; make a sugar skull with Latino Arts; learn how to rent in Milwaukee; sign up for a free Thanksgiving dinner; and register to receive a box from WeGiveMKE’s food distribution.
Last month, the first virtual “On the Table MKE” program focused on “healing justice.” Here are takeaways from those who participated in the annual event hosted by the Greater Milwaukee Foundation.
Ferne Caulker, the founder of the Ko-Thi Dance Company, continues to make moves in the community.
Despite smaller turnout, activists see hopeful signs of determination as voters cast ballots amid a pandemic and barriers to get-out-the-vote efforts.
Volunteer at Hope Street Ministry; get a free flu shot at Gee’s Clippers; join a webinar on prostate cancer; shop at The Underground Market; and learn to dance with Ko-Thi Dance Company.
Funds are available for homeowners affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know.
Jeremiah Wayman, Dona Yahola and Jessica Martinez of Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center share their cultural practices of honoring elders and how that manifests through a special wellness program.
A tragic shooting took her son. A year later, she’s finding new ways to heal and wants to share them with others who are hurting. This is the story of Camille Mays.
George Hinton, the CEO of the Social Development Commission, works to get (and keep) Milwaukee County residents out of poverty.
A new testing option becomes available this week as health officials warn that the county’s curve is “steepening” instead of flattening.