Sister MacCanon Brown’s vision of a sustainable homeless community center in one of Milwaukee’s most distressed areas is becoming a reality, but more support is needed.
By supporting each other, and creating deeper relationships, we can heal the wounds that divide us.
Matthew Desmond’s ‘Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City’ has become a cultural phenomenon, but the eviction crisis persists with no solution in sight.
Harambee residents expressed distrust of a city process to solicit feedback about a potential expansion of the downtown streetcar and development of Dr. Martin Luther King Drive after city employees did not answer questions about the project’s timeline, and who is being engaged.
Charles Revello, who has been homeless for about two years, recently landed a job.
After leaving the Marine Corps, Charles Revello lost his family, and his home, because of drugs. But, something his mother said on her deathbed helped Charles to start being honest with himself.
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.
Though a series of misfortunes have brought Lavelle Kyles to Milwaukee, he’s found a way to come to terms with where he is.
The free event, hosted by the MacCanon Brown Homeless Sanctuary, will include resources and activities.
Despite a daunting childhood experience, Denise Malone is turning over a new leaf.