This encyclopedic problem is true for all cities but is particularly complicated in Milwaukee when identified neighborhoods can be within other neighborhoods.
Its first African-American family moved into the area in 1961.
One third of the Franklin Heights population is below the poverty line.
Granville is a historically working-class neighborhood located on Milwaukee's far northwest side, featuring new subdivisions, industrial parks, and Granville Station, which was formerly the Northridge mall, having undergone extensive renovations and attracting new large-format tenants.
"Harambee" is the Swahili word for "pulling together".
It has also become, since the mid-1970s, the most widely used name for a neighborhood on Milwaukee's north side.