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NextGen America has been working for the past five years to help people’s voices be heard. Off the Cuff chats with the organization’s state director, George Olufosoye. Read more

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Wisconsin falls behind other states in benefits for working parents seeking childcare. Read more

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Raised on gospel music, Milwaukee rapper Tajh Virgil builds on his 2017 club-banger “The Man” with his new project, Paradigm. Read more

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Instant Karma’s Jose Robinson discusses how the company was founded and his goals to employ marginalized people and expand to global sales. Read more

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There are so many youths making a difference in our city that it’s impossible to name them all, so this article will give only a small glimpse. Read more

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During the cold months of winter and year round, several Milwaukee charitable organizations step up and offer shelter to the homeless. Read more

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Impact100 Greater Milwaukee is a group of women who are using collective philanthropy to make a difference here in the city. The women are pooling their money together to give grants to people and organizations in the Greater Milwaukee Area. Read more

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With the opening of Pete’s Fruit Market, Bronzeville residents have a new, convenient, cost-friendly healthy grocery store to shop in. Read more

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The Forever Tree, directed by Milwaukee natives Stephen Hintz and Chrishaunda Perez, was selected for this year’s “Black Lens: Lost and Found” track at the Milwaukee Film Festival. Read more


Profiles of four students from Lynde & Harry Bradley Technology and Trade School reveal that the tremendous funding disparity between urban and suburban school districts in Wisconsin is unacceptable. Read more

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