Growing up on Chicago’s west side, Patricia Williams lived in almost-constant fear. When she became a mother, she decided it was time for a change.
Bruce Moffett’s life has been filled with tragedy and violence. Still, he clings to the words of his grandmother, who provided a different example.
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.
Despite a daunting childhood experience, Denise Malone is turning over a new leaf.
Torre Johnson talks about growing up on Milwaukee’s North Side, the importance of building Black ownership and spaces in Milwaukee and what it will take for people to come together around that goal.
Following a rash of bomb threats against Jewish Community Centers, in Milwaukee and across the nation, members of Milwaukee’s Jewish Voice for Peace chapter said Jews need to do more to support marginalized groups.
As a youngster, Jimmy Johnson made some bad decisions. Now, he’s forging forward, determined to make a better life for himself.
Katherine Wilson talks about her start in a small Wisconsin town, the dangers of polarization and the importance of humanizing others.
Milwaukeeans gathered at City Hall to voice opposition to a recent Trump Administration executive order that suspended the entry of refugees into the country, denies entry to anyone traveling from seven Muslim-majority countries and indefinitely bans Syrian refugees.
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.