Community members tell us how hard-earned lessons from 2020 are fueling their goals for 2021.
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We asked community members to tell us their goals for the new year. Here’s what they said.
Students from the Vel R. Philips Juvenile Justice Center School share their thoughts on the pandemic and sports, comparing the “NBA bubble” to the precautions their community is taking.
The Common Council voted to deny additional funding to an already bloated and unaccountable police department, and the community wants it to stay that way.
Men with guns and men with cages are not the solution, no matter who their boss is. Hiring a new man to drive the same broken train is not going to get us where we need to be.
To celebrate the season of gratitude and giving, we asked contributors to our “Community Voices” column to name a person or organization they’re thankful for.
To celebrate the season of gratitude and giving, we asked contributors to our “Community Voices” column to share a person or organization for which they are thankful.
Many, many families are going to gather this holiday season, and many, many people are going to get sick. Here’s how you can enjoy traditions-and keep yourself and those you love alive.
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.
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.