The premiere of a documentary focusing on how violence affects local teens drew an audience of about 1,000 people to the Oriental Theatre.
Our Next Generation and Serve2Unite hosted a teen-led summit to discuss how to decrease gun-related violence.
Clare Community has opened a home for prostitutes and victims of sex trafficking while they transition to a new life.
A recently expanded program in District 3 helps keep prostitutes off the street and on the road to a better life.
Milwaukee’s hundreds of corner stores are microcosms of their neighborhoods.
Community organizations have begun a campaign to stop the violence in the city of Milwaukee. Saturday’s walk across the James E. Groppi Unity Bridge kicked off the yearlong campaign.
Express Yourself Milwaukee partners with the Milwaukee County Accountability Program (MCAP) to provide juvenile delinquents with an opportunity to explore the arts.
Clean Slate Milwaukee helps people who committed nonviolent crimes in their youth clear their public record so they can get jobs, driver’s licenses, parental rights and more.
Shooting victims tell their personal stories of violence and survival and work with community members to find solutions.
Local leaders envision the “I Pledge Milwaukee” initiative as a vehicle to help residents channel their resources and abilities to help improve the city.