Despite growing up in a strict and narrow religious tradition, Brian Anders has pursued experiences to broaden his perspective and, in doing so, has learned to rely on himself.
Zeynab Ali talks about her experience growing up in the largest refugee camp in the world, stressing the importance of listening to people’s stories, speaking up against injustice and including the youth in solving the issues we face.
Though he’s encountered challenges growing up in the city, James Taylor still hesitates to leave it behind.
The free event, hosted by the MacCanon Brown Homeless Sanctuary, will include resources and activities.
Despite the deaths of loved ones, and a near encounter of her own, Jeneane Roberts finds life in her family and doing what she’s always loved.
Mohamud Suleiman, who has braved the waves of inopportunity and is taking on the responsibilities of fatherhood, still believes his time will come.
Clayborn Benson, founder of the Wisconsin Black Historical Society, talks about the importance of preserving history, the true meaning of family and the power of discovering our hidden potential and identity.