Narratives from men in Milwaukee who have witnessed history — one honored with a prestigious award, and another encountered in day-to-day life — challenge perceptions about our city.
A new United Nations report on racism as a human rights issue speaks to challenges people are facing right here in Milwaukee.
Political economist Dr. Julianne Malveaux “said it straight” and Milwaukeeans Reggie Jackson and Alida Cardos Whaley received awards the YWCA Southeast Wisconsin’s 11th Annual ‘An Evening to Promote Racial Justice.’
A message for John Henson of the Milwaukee Bucks in the wake of the the racial profiling incident he experienced at a Whitefish Bay jewelry store.
Being African American in the Milwaukee area means encountering “the stare” in some of the city and region’s less diverse areas.
Examining the historical context of #BlackLivesMatter and the critical space Milwaukee occupies in the movement.
On President Obama and race, and why human dignity can serve as a basis for liberal solidarity.
How forces of “occupation” have taken shape in southeastern Wisconsin and why this demands recognition.
To consider our city’s challenges, we need to revisit the historical context out of which they arose.