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Collective Impact in Emergency Response

A Case Study of Milwaukee’s COVID-19 Civic Response Team
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August 20, 2020 /3BL Media/ Milwaukee’s COVID-19 response has been a remarkable mobilization of resources and organizations to address needs for shelter, food, testing, Internet connection, and more. Necessity has forced such collective efforts in many cities, but Milwaukee’s may be unique in the civic architecture that has been built and that may be sustained beyond the crisis. 

UPS Longitudes | Why Human Trafficking Worsens During a Pandemic

Mara Vanderslice Kelly @ United Way
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Human trafficking is the fastest growing criminal enterprise in the world. According to the Global Slavery Index, more than 40 million people are living in modern slavery.

While human trafficking is most often associated with commercial sex, it also includes domestic servitude, child labor and exploitation in areas such as migrant farming. It can happen anywhere, to men, women or children; in suburbia and on city streets, in factories and mines and at truck stops, fields or fishing boats.

Dr. Valerie Daniels-Carter, President/CEO of V & J Foods; Minority Owner of Milwaukee Bucks, to Keynote Michigan Diversity Council Women In Leadership Symposium

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DEARBORN Mich., February 13, 2019 /3BL Media/ — Sponsored by AAA Michigan, and hosted by the Michigan Diversity Council (MIDC), this year’s Women In Leadership Symposium (WILS) will focus on one of the hottest trending topics in media/social media today, “women empowerment.” 

Themed, “Center Stage: Standing Out & Speaking Up,” MIDC will hone in on empowering women to speak up for themselves and to speak up and empower one another.  #SPEAKUP -- when demanding a seat at the table, when contributing ideas and solutions, when other women deserve to be praised, and more! 

MilliporeSigma's Curiosity Cube Aims to Inspire Stem Workforce of the Future

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MilliporeSigma is trying to spark interest in science careers this week with a traveling science lab that was once a shipping container. 

The business, a life science company with facilities in Milwaukee, is visiting the community with its Curiosity Cube. The vehicle is a 22-by-10 foot retrofitted shipping container that MilliporeSigma is using to give students experiences and tools in STEM fields – that is, science, technology, engineering and mathematics.  

MilliporeSigma Recognized for Efforts to Fight Hunger Worldwide

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MILWAUKEE, Wisc., September 5, 2018 /3BL Media/ –  Rise Against Hunger, an international hunger relief organization, recently honored MilliporeSigma for its support in packing and supplying more than 500,000 nutritious meals to families in need across the globe. The Life Science business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, operates as MilliporeSigma in the U.S. and Canada. MilliporeSigma has partnered with Rise Against Hunger since 2016.  

“The Kids Love It:” Fun, Interactive Science Laboratory on Wheels Is Touring Milwaukee

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MILWAUKEE -- It's a fun and interactive laboratory on wheels that inspires kids to learn about science. Best of all, it's currently touring Milwaukee. The Curiosity Cube is a mobile science lab made out of an old shipping container. It features hands-on science experiments meant to spark interest in STEM amongst kids. The three different interactive activities include a DNA station, a 3D printing station and a station showing how technology is currently being used in science.

Time Warner Cable Making the Most of Winter in Wisconsin at Winterfest!

Connect a Million Minds Continues to Inspire the Next Generation of Problem Solvers
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The Urban Ecology Center’s 8th annual “Winterfest” event took place on Saturday, Jan. 23 at Milwaukee’s Washington Park.  

TWC Celebrates STEM and Environmentalism at Milwaukee STEMfest

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The 7th annual Time Warner Cable STEMfest took place Nov. 6 & 7 at Milwaukee’s Discovery World, and more than 5,000 problem solvers took part in the event’s hands-on STEM activities!

Players Trust Ends Summer of ‘15 on a High Note

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It was a banner summer for the Players Trust programs that engage kids in their communities when school is out.

Buses for Baseball brought underserved kids to the ballpark, through City Clinics players helped inner-city kids learn the game, Action Teams partnered with players to serve their communities and Operation Backpack ensured that some of the neediest children will have sufficient school supplies when they return to the classroom.

Carlos Gomez Helps Establish $13,000 Scholarship Fund for Hispanic Students

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Carlos Gomez has helped establish a $13,000 fund to award scholarships for Hispanic students to attend Milwaukee Area Technical College.

A $4,000 commitment from Gomez was matched by a $4,000 donation from the League of United Latin American Citizens Council #333 and a $5,000 donation from the Milwaukee Area Technical College Foundation to create the MATC LULAC Carlos Gomez Hispanic Scholarship Fund.

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