Stories and Photos By Kim Robinson

Mayor Cavalier Johnson Inaugurated

On Tuesday April 16, 2024 at the City Hall Rotunda, the City of Milwaukee Mayoral Inauguration took place.   Mayor Cavalier Johnson, talked about how he plans to serve the City of Milwaukee and get things moving in a positive direction, with a change agent and support of the New Common Council Members.  City officials such as the Police Chief Jeffery Norman, Sheriff Denita Ball, and Fire Chief Aaron Lipski were all there to support the Mayor’s plan.  The 15, Common Council Members were sworn in later that morning in the Common Council Chamber third floor City Hall 200 E. Wells St.  The National Anthem was sang by Jasmine Inostrosa and Lift Every Voice and Sing, was sang by Adekola Adedapo.  Family members of the Common Council Members were in attendance to support the elected and re-elected members. 

Northcott Neighborhood Presentation

On May 13th, 2024, the men of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Milwaukee Alumni Chapter presented a donation to Northcott Neighborhood House. From May 13th through May 19th Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity is celebrating senior citizens, recognizing they are the staple in our communities. The Senior Kappa Affairs Endowment Fund presented Northcott Neighborhood House with $1000.00 to assist senior citizens through their food pantry in the zip codes 53206 and 53012. The food pantry program provides stock boxes to over 1000 senior citizens monthly and is a model for poverty reduction in the City of Milwaukee. The Polemarch of the Milwaukee Alumni Chapter, Marico Holland, and Michael Jones, Senior Kappa Affairs Chair presented the check to Executive Director Tony Karney and Vanessa Johnson Director of Development with members of Kappa Alpha Psi Milwaukee Alumni Chapter and senior citizens of the Northcott Neighborhood Community.

Kim Robinson worked in law enforcement for over 20 years.  This included 18 years as an Identification Technician where he analyzed crime scenes.  This is where Kim developed his skills as a photographer.  He has a keen eye for snapping the right picture and as a result, connected with Milwaukee’s local newspaper as a freelance photojournalist.  To this day you can check newsprint, magazines and other print media and find Kim Robinson’s work which has taken him from a local neighborhood event to being on the field at the Superbowl.  In his spare time Kim remodels, rehabs, and leases older homes in the community.