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    Milwaukee celebrates a milestone with grand opening of the Sojourner Family Peace Center

    On Thursday, February 4, 2016, elected officials, community leaders, project funders, partners and community residents gathered to celebrate a milestone for Milwaukee, the grand opening of the ... [Read More]


    Milwaukee Health Services, Inc., wants everyone to ‘Know their Status’

    In observance of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on Sunday, February 7, 2016, Milwaukee Health Services, Inc. (MHSI), Early Intervention Program (EIP) offered free HIV and Hepatitis C testing on ... [Read More]

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    Annual Men’s Day service held at Union Hill Baptist Church

    The annual Men’s Day observance was held at Union Hill Missionary Baptist Church, 2190 N. 49th Street, during morning worship on September 20. The guest speaker this year was Pastor Frank Headd of Spirit Of Christ Deliverance Church Inc., 4175 N. 42nd St. At the beginning of the service, nearly all of the men marched… [Read More]


    AARP Wisconsin Financial Conference for Seniors at Italian Center

    There is a proverb which states that a dream without a plan is just a wish. AARP in Wisconsin offered a free course at the Italian Conference Center on September 22, 2015, to help turn personal financial dreams into a plan. Local financial planning professionals, benefit specialists, and credit report counselors, were available to meet… [Read More]


    MEEP celebrates 6 years exposing urban youth to future career opportunities

    Member of the Milwaukee Exposure and Explorer Project (MEEP) held their Sixth Annual Luncheon on Sunday, September 13, 2015 at the Four Points Sheraton, 8900 N. Kildeer Court in Brown Deer, WI. The luncheon theme was: Preparing Future Leaders for Tomorrow’s Careers. Pictured (from left) are MEEP founder, Ms. Lilly Simmons; Rev. and Mrs. Martin… [Read More]

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    Black Thought – Do your shopping habits impede Black business development?

    How are you aiding the development of black-owned and operated businesses in ... [Read More]


    Ominous clouds of deceit, injustice hang over the $82-million West Lawn Housing Project

    Last week, this community witnessed a press conference called by Milwaukee ... [Read More]


    Rebuilding our Community-So It’s Like That

    Call it wishful thinking or call it just like it is… people who live in some of ... [Read More]

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    Christian Times


    Lights! Camera! Soul! presents ‘Mahalia: The Gospel Musical’

    On Friday, December 4, and Saturday, December 5, Lights! Camera! Soul! presented ... [Read More]

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    he end of another year. We began 2015 with a focus on New Year’s resolves. ... [Read More]


    Open Door Christian Worship Center celebrates Pastor Kenneth Lock, Sr. and First Lady Michele’s 7th Anniversary

    Guest speaker Prophet Kenneth Lock, II (left) relaxes with his parents Apostle ... [Read More]

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    Personal Finance and Business

    Leasing v. buying your next car

    According to Edmunds.com, more than 25 percent of new American cars are now financed by lease instead of loan, and most of the people making that choice are under age 35. It's all about the lowest ... [Read More]

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    Peace of mind for moms in the middle

    By Jean C. Setzfand A survey by Ameriprise Financial found that two thirds of Baby Boomers’ daughters help their parents with financial matters. Maybe you’ve experienced it yourself. Perhaps ... [Read More]


    Building a fraud-free family

    A generation ago, most families didn't think about financial fraud. Today, it can come in many forms – over the phone, through the mail and increasingly, online. It's an equal opportunity crime that ... [Read More]

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    Thermo Fisher Scientific helps LaFollette grow STEM programs

    As Milwaukee Public Schools’ LaFollette School grows its ... [Read More]


    Bay View students perform at holiday party for deserving children

    On Friday, December 4, a group of Bay View High School students brought extra ... [Read More]


    Get to know Cardinal Stritch University

    Cardinal Stritch University offers more than 60 degree programs in the arts, ... [Read More]

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    Health and Fitness


    Are these foods making you sluggish?

    By Carmen Cameron for BlackDoctor.com Do you feel tired all of the time even ... [Read More]


    Five flu facts to keep you healthy

    With December upon us, it’s more than a nip in the air that you might notice. ... [Read More]


    Beware of these asthma and allergy triggers this holiday season

    There are a number of steps people with allergies and asthma can take to deal ... [Read More]

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    North Division High School Athletic Hall of Fame Weekend

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    Dads and daughters celebrate

    The special bond between a father and daughter was celebrated at the 11th Annual Daddy Daughter Dance. Over 800 dads and daughters packed the gym at North Division High School for an evening of ... [Read More]


    I Have A Dream Speech

    Milwaukee Honors The 5oth Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. I Have A Dream Speech I Have A Dream - 50 Years Later - Fighting for Victory - One Milwaukee Saturday, August 24, ... [Read More]

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    Are these foods making you sluggish?

    By Carmen Cameron for BlackDoctor.com Do you feel tired all of the time even though you’re getting enough sleep? While there are other possible contributors to that “sluggish” feeling, a likely ... [Read More]


    Five flu facts to keep you healthy

    With December upon us, it’s more than a nip in the air that you might notice. People clearing their scratchy throats or turning away with a hacking cough: the telltale signs the holiday flu season are ... [Read More]

    Black History

    Thursday December10: American singer, songwriter and talent scout, Otis Redding, died in 1967 in a plane crash in Lake Monona near Madison. He and all but one other member on the plane were killed. ... [Read More]

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