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The African American Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin Raises   $1 Million for the Legacy Campaign
In-person early voting starts today
Early voting starts today in Milwaukee
Statement from Mayor Dennis McBride
Press Release

Statement from Mayor Dennis McBride

October 7, 2020

Palzewicz Goes Progressive in Deep Red District

Palzewicz Goes Progressive in Deep Red District

Democrat opposing Fitzgerald in 5th Congressional District backs guaranteed annual income.

No Early Voting at Miller Park, Fiserv Forum

No Early Voting at Miller Park, Fiserv Forum

City fears legal challenges of sites not approved at June emergency meeting.

Op Ed: Why Unions Matter More Than Ever
Op Ed

Why Unions Matter More Than Ever

All unions need to reexamine their role in this time of racial reckoning.

Miller Park, Fiserv Forum Will Be Early Voting Sites

Miller Park, Fiserv Forum Will Be Early Voting Sites

Pro sports facilities will serve as two of the city's 18 early voting sites.

Murphy’s Law: Will Kenosha Unrest Help Trump Win State?
Murphy’s Law

Will Kenosha Unrest Help Trump Win State?

His planned visit to Kenosha seeks to make urban unrest the key issue of campaign.

Frank Nitty Leads March from Milwaukee to Washington D.C.

Frank Nitty Leads March from Milwaukee to Washington D.C.

750-mile march ends with Nitty speaking at rally on steps of Lincoln Memorial in front of thousands. Blake, Acevedo, Hamilton families also present.

Winner of scholarship contest expresses importance of eliminating barriers to freedom
Back in the News: Father Says Jacob Blake Is Paralyzed
Back in the News

Father Says Jacob Blake Is Paralyzed

He has "eight holes" in his body. "What justified these shots?"

Registration now open for Bronzeville Week drive-in movie night
Op Ed: Biden’s Recovery Plan Supports Communities of Color
Op Ed

Biden’s Recovery Plan Supports Communities of Color

His plan includes investments in housing, child care, jobs and small business.

The Summer of Glenn Grothman

The Summer of Glenn Grothman

Wisconsin representative’s latest brainstorm: suggesting anti-vaccine conspiracy theorist speak to Congress.

Remembering John Lewis
Press Release

Remembering John Lewis

Joint statement from Alderman Cavalier Johnson, Alderman Michael J. Murphy, Alderwoman Marina Dimitrijevic, Alderman Scott Spiker, Alderman Mark A. Borkowski, Alderwoman JoCasta Zamarripa, Alderman Nik Kovac, Alderman José G. Pérez, Alderman Robert J. Bauman, and Alderman Khalif J. Rainey July 20, 2020

Sheriff Earnell R. Lucas Mourns the Passing of Distinguished Minister and Civil Rights Leader Rev. Dr. Cordy Tindell (C.T.) Vivian
Sheriff Earnell R. Lucas Mourns the Passing of Civil Rights Pioneer and American Patriot Congressman John R. Lewis (D-Ga.)
Public Works Committee to take up park renaming for late Council member
Support for Black-Owned Businesses Rising?

Support for Black-Owned Businesses Rising?

Studies show Black owners disproportionately hurt by pandemic.

State’s Police Forces Have Military Arsenals

State’s Police Forces Have Military Arsenals

Including 42 mine resistant vehicles, 2,300 semi-automatic rifles, dozens of night vision tools.

Op Ed: If Not Now, When?
Op Ed

If Not Now, When?

Never has America been more poised for change. Do more. Say more. Keep the pressure on.

Marquette professor of English receives Way Klingler Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion Award
Bronzeville Week capped off tomorrow with Art Walk featuring local artists
Press Release

Bronzeville Week capped off tomorrow with Art Walk featuring local artists

The Art Walk takes place from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m.