This is the story of two young friends and how a special project is helping one of them fight cancer.
- Maryann Lazarski
Two stories on Congolese Refugees we first aired in 2018. With a new year comes some new developments on these stories. Hear about a young man who talks about living amidst war in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and then growing up in a refugee camp with some unthinkable conditions. He's now a U.S. citizen and trying to give back by giving orphaned children and abused women in that refugee camp, a Hope for Tomorrow. Plus, hear from some other Congolese refugees now working at a Milwaukee bakery and finding their Hope for Tomorrow in our city.
After mastering the basics, the student chefs in MATC's Culinary Arts program move on to more advanced cooking techniques: from transforming flavorful stocks into soups to crafting tasty vegetable dishes, fabricating meat and seafood, learning proper plating techniques, and creating delicious cold foods.
10thirtysix on Milwaukee PBS (in partnership with Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service)
Scottie Lee Meyers