Cream City Foundation launched a post-secondary educational scholarship program to develop leaders in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community of Southeastern Wisconsin..
Wisconsin’s two out members of congress, Sen. Tammy Baldwin and Rep. Mark Pocan, have introduced a bill in their respective chambers that would increase services and access to care for people with HIV/AIDS.
The National LGBTQ Task Force is marking Bisexual Awareness Week 2015 by urging people to learn more about the realities of bisexual people’s lives.
GLSEN distributing safe space kits to teachers
GLSEN is distributing 2,000 “safe space kits” to K-12 educators across the country to create a positive learning environment for LGBT students.
The seventh annual Milwaukee Film Festival has announced its 2015 Jury Award Winners, presenting honors in the Competition and Cream City Cinema programs, which include cash prizes of $10,000 and $5,000 respectively.
This is the second Cream City Cinema program win for John Roberts, who also won the award in 2009.
The Coalition for Justice and the Mothers for Justice United invite supporters of social justice to attend a listening session this evening about the Milwaukee Police Department’s proposal to equip officers with body-worn cameras. The event, hosted by the Fire and Police Commission, begins at the Hillside Family Resource Center, 1452 N. Seventh St. in Milwaukee.
Gathering Waters: Wisconsin’s Alliance for Land Trusts, will honor conservation leaders from around the state with 2015 Land Conservation Leadership Awards on September 24 at the Land Conservation Leadership Awards Celebration.
Walkers and runners from across Wisconsin gathered on Oct. 3 in Milwaukee over the weekend to raise $402,542 to support HIV prevention, care and treatment programs. They were participants in the 26th AIDS Walk Wisconsin and 5K Run.
The whooping crane class of 2015 is ready for its next big adventure. For the first time in their young lives, a new generation of cranes will learn to fly to their wintering grounds in the central and southeastern United States. It’s another crucial step in efforts to re-establish a migratory population in the eastern half of North America.
Wisconsin LGBT Chamber named Chamber of the Year. Walker's Point Center for the Arts names new director. Paddlers to protest oil trains. Arts Wisconsin reviewing awards applications.