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12 Students Win Scholarships from the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Coalition

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By Ethan Duran Twelve high school seniors and college sophomores from the Milwaukee area received scholarships for $1,000 each at the 43rd Annual Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship Celebration. The Celebration was held on Jan. 13 at the Cross Lutheran Church in Triangle North. The scholarship recipients were members of congregations connected to the
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Addressing Homelessness Through Regional Cooperation

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Compiled by the Milwaukee Courier Staff Following extensive regional cooperation to address the health, safety and housing needs of homeless individuals at outdoor encampments, Milwaukee County, the City of Milwaukee and the State of Wisconsin have made enormous progress in connecting individuals to permanent, supportive housing, County Executive Chris Abele announced on Wednesday. In recent months, a
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A Wall at What Cost

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Legislatively Speaking

By Senator, Lena C. Taylor When will someone yell “uncle”? You know, that familiar word that indicates when you’ve had enough, give up, or you’re willing to walk away. Right now, the country is waiting to see who will blink first regarding the monetary demands for the infamous border wall…Donald Trump, Democrats, Republicans, or Donald
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Report: Kamala Harris to Announce Run for President

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By Stacy M. Brown NNPA Newswire Correspondent @StacyBrownMedia Kamala Harris is running for President. The California Democrat, who promised reporters that she’d ponder the decision over the holidays, is now expected to make a formal announcement on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. CBS News Radio in California first reported that Harris likely will hold a campaign rally in Oakland where
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