Alison Henderson

Since late-August, incarcerated people have been participating in work stoppages, hunger and sit-down strikes and commissary boycotts to end prison slavery and demand systemic reform. Read more

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Brady Street will kick off Pride month Saturday, June 2 with what is believed to be Milwaukee’s first drag pub crawl, hosted by Chanel D’Vine and Nomad World Pub. Read more


Following Trump’s announcement last June, Milwaukee reaffirmed its commitment to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and mitigating climate change, but more individual action is needed. Read more

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What happens when you dismantle a building? Off the Cuff interviews WasteCap Resource Solutions Executive Director Travis Blomberg to discuss the host of waste reduction and recycling assistance services the organization provides statewide and beyond Read more

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Photo Credit: Joe Brusky (Milwaukee Teachers' Education Association Flickr CC)

In the wake of the Feb. 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. that left 17 people dead, students around the country are taking those big steps by standing up, walking out and marching. Read more

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Dozens of residents living near the Oak Creek We Energies power plant have become increasingly vocal about the unfavorable living conditions in their area. Meanwhile, local organizations are ramping up involvement in the issue. Read more

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The largest pension fund in the U.S., the Central States Pension Fund, is headed toward insolvency. Several Wisconsin activists are leading the fight to save workers’ pensions. Find out how. Read more

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