Charles Revello, who has been homeless for about two years, recently landed a job.
Losing both of his parents in the span of less than two years has given Denzel Jacobs an appreciation for the simple things in life.
A Dia de los Muertos celebration in Walker Square Park featured a parade, food, dance and tributes to the ancestors.
Early on, Steve Hampton’s lifestyle was harming others and himself. While serving a 10-year prison sentence, he found a reason for hope.
As a child, Martha Freeman fought for those who couldn’t fight for themselves. She has continued that fight, only in a different way.
TaskFriend, an app developed locally by Kevin Nam, lets community members connect with each other to work, and get work done.
As a child, Charles Revello struggled to find a community, somewhere he could belong. Eventually, he found was he was looking for; despite some recent setbacks, Charles longs to return home. Watch: Part 1 of Charles’ story. Watch: Part 3 of Charles’ story. See more videos from Milwaukee Stories, Inc. Did you find value in this story? If so, please sign up to receive periodic updates. We need your help! Milwaukee Stories is a nonprofit organization that brings you the real stories of regular people. This work is supported by small, individual monthly contributions from people just like you.