A Dia de los Muertos celebration in Walker Square Park featured a parade, food, dance and tributes to the ancestors.
After a brush with death at the World Trade Center in New York City on 9/11, artist Linda Banning decided to remake her life, and she hasn’t looked back.
Though her life has been defined by hardship, Mary Puchek hasn’t allowed that to affect the way she treats others.
Lisa Kingery moved to Milwaukee from New York City more than 10 years ago and found a true community, one that helps to give her life meaning.
William McGee has struggled to find meaning in a life where the next day is never guaranteed. But, through self-reflection, he’s been able to see himself, and the world around him, differently.
Damon Eubanks was born with an active imagination and developed a passion for travel and an appreciation for experiences, qualities that have allowed him to follow his dreams as an adult.
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.
Anthony Olden has never settled down in one place, but that doesn’t mean he’s unsure of where he’s going.
Deon Bell was a restless child, which initially led him to the streets. Since then, he’s been able to harness the life that lies inside him.
If we don’t ask where we have been, if we don’t listen, we won’t be able to grow in the way that we should. We won’t be able to move forward.