The district’s academic record does not warrant MPS Board’s decision to give its members a 4.7% pay raise.
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At 5305 W. Capitol Drive, we are launching The Table Vocational Center. It will focus on both the inner work, and the outer work, humanity needs to be restored to wholeness.
As the first nonbinary contestant (that I know of) running in this Wisconsin state pageant, I want to put some respect on my identity and my journey.
I believe democracy, equity and diversity should guide Milwaukee’s street commemoration framework. Women should have a much more significant presence in our street names.
My top three priorities as mayor would be ensuring the safety and well-being of residents, being a responsible steward of the city’s finances and dismantling white supremacy that upholds inequitable systems and processes.
Milwaukee’s Black voters must have the opportunity to elect candidates of their choice. Neither the Democratic proposal nor the Republican proposal give them that opportunity.
Melody McCurtis, Celeste Contreras and Leana Yang share the stories of women who make or have made the difference in their lives.
It would be my priority to take on every issue from an empathetic perspective while also considering the well-being of the city.
We asked Milwaukeeans to share what they would do in their first 100 days if they were the city’s mayor. Janan Najeeb looks at the city’s chronic challenges — including division, public safety and mental health — and how to improve them.
Born in the Soviet Union, raised in Milwaukee and currently in Ukraine, Victor Valionta reflects on the chaos created by the Russian invasion and how it connects to Milwaukee.