Despite almost thirty years in Washington, Bernie Sanders hasn’t bowed to corruption. He listens, and he’s been speaking up for us for a long time.
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.
Keiarra Travis came to Milwaukee as a child because her mother couldn’t support all six of her children. Now a teenager, she’s learning to care for herself and her family.
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.
Though he’s encountered challenges growing up in the city, James Taylor still hesitates to leave it behind.
Raised by entrepreneurial parents who pushed her to follow in their footsteps, Lori Hill has forged a path of her own.
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.