Nearly two weeks after a study named Milwaukee the worst city for African Americans, a new group looks to tackle the problem. The African American Leadership Alliance, Milwaukee (AALAM) is made up of some 80 local leaders and allies. Their goal is to increase African American leadership across all sectors to help drive equity, improve the quality of life and provide better business outcomes. Something business owners at the Sherman Phoenix are hoping will help.
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