The Greater Milwaukee Human Trafficking Task Force claimed a victory earlier this week as they were one of several public and private entities instrumental in successfully persuading a Milwaukee Common Council committee in voting 5-0 against issuing an entertainment license to Silk Entertainment to open a strip club in the city's Third Ward. "One down...this victory shows that when we show up and speak out we are heard," said Dana World-Patterson, chairwoman of the Human Trafficking Task Force, in a statement. "But it doesn't stop here. This is only the beginning. World-Patterson thanked task force members and supporters who showed up for the hearing, as well as those who helped prepare testimony.
August 9, 2014 //
A jury in federal court late today awarded Leo Hardy, 40, just over half a million dollars today...
July 25, 2014 //
Washington, DC – On Saturday, July 26, Congresswoman Gwen Moore (WI-4) will host a for...