Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2021-10-18 07:00:01 –
1.1. Genealogy story with Clayborn Benson featuring Tiffany Miller: Tuesday, October 19
Clayborn Benson III, a genealogical expert, Wisconsin Black Historical SocietyInterview with Tiffany Miller about her genealogy story. The event will be livestreamed on Facebook from 6pm on Tuesday.
2.2. Data Day 2021: October 20th (Wednesday)
Data You Can Use is a non-profit organization that helps people access data and improve the state of their communities, and hosts its seventh Annual Data Day. On Data Day, community members can learn more about the data available and how people can use it to solve problems in their neighborhood.Register to participate for free here.. If you miss it: NNS Spotlight: Nonprofits use data surveys to drive community change
3.3. Call to Mine Drive: Youth Imprisonment and Mental Health: October 20th (Wednesday)
In this virtual event, WUWM 89.7 Milwaukee’s NPR will discuss the mental health needs of young people with previously imprisoned people and professionals. The panel will also discuss available resources and alternatives for confining young people in need of mental health in Wisconsin.Event starts at 7pm Registration here..
4.4. Café con Arte: Day of the Dead: Thursday, October 21
Jacoborobo, Managing Artistic Director of Latino Arts, will present a gallery tour and discussion surrounding the exhibition “Day of the Dead” at 8:15 am on Thursday, October 21st. Exhibits include the Mexican Consulate, Milwaukee University and other local artists. This is a family-friendly event for all ages. register It’s $ 5.
5.5. LGBTQ + & Allies Virtual Career Fair: Thursday, October 21
To help LGBTQ + individuals and allies find employment opportunities with companies that work on values that respect fairness. Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce Hosts Virtual LGBTQ + & Allies Career Fair. Participants can have a one-on-one video conference with their employer, chat, check job listings, and live resumes. The fair will be held on Thursday, October 21st from 4pm to 6pm.register here..
Bonus: Supporting interracially adopted children: Milwaukee: October 20th (Wednesday)
Join the therapist Jaclyn Skalnik, the founder of Recruitment wellnessFor workshops that help parents learn how to help interracially adopted children throughout their lives and how to build a sustainable social support community for their families. The workshop will be held on Wednesday, October 20th, from 7pm to 8pm, at the Holly Rounds Coffee House in East Brook Church, 5409N. It will be held on Green Bay Avenue.