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Patricia Rogers

Sister Patricia Rogers, executive director of the Dominican Center for Women.

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Dominican Center Welcomes Project Director Denisha Tate-McAlister
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Dominican Center Welcomes Project Director Denisha Tate-McAlister

Tate-McAlister brings more than 25 years of nonprofit experience to the Dominican Center.

5 Takeaways on Strauss Brands Debacle

5 Takeaways on Strauss Brands Debacle

Community members talk about lost jobs and what could have been done better.

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Join the Discussion at On the Table MKE

Greater Milwaukee Foundation invites your input to help shape our community's future.

Black-Led Groups Get Fewer City Grants

Black-Led Groups Get Fewer City Grants

Report finds more Community Grants for white-led non-profits in black neighborhoods. Why?

Community Groups Want DOJ Police Reforms

Community Groups Want DOJ Police Reforms

Two months after DOJ draft report on MPD released, groups demand recommended changes.

City Residents Meet With Assembly Committee

City Residents Meet With Assembly Committee

Residents must drive neighborhood revitalization, grassroots leaders insist.

A Life of Fighting Poverty

A Life of Fighting Poverty

Sr. Patricia Rogers grew up poor in Arkansas, now runs Dominican Center, helping North Side residents.

More Than Downtown Development Needed

More Than Downtown Development Needed

City leaders at economic summit say more development must occur in neighborhoods.

Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation (MANDI) Announces 2016 Winners Improving Milwaukee Neighborhoods
Crime Drops 32% in North Side Neighborhood

Crime Drops 32% in North Side Neighborhood

"Comprehensive community effort" credited for two-year crime decline in Amani neighborhood.