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Our CEO Henry Sanders interviewed Pastor Alex Gee for an update on his Justified Anger effort.
Today’s “Curls & Pearls Brunch at Tiffany’s” event will offer girls of color a taste of elegance.
The Madison Common Council honored longtime Alliled Drive community activist Sina Davis, who is living with terminal cancer.
As the effort to rename the City-County Building after President Obama seems to be faltering, County Board Supervisor Shelia Stubbs has introduced a resolution to get community input on what might be a better place to honor him.
Marilyn Ruffins has joined the team at One City Early Learning as director of family and community initiatives.
UW-Whitewater has named LaVar Charles assistant vice chancellor for student diversity, engagement and success.
The “Stop the Violence Movement” has organized weekly picnics as a way to bring the community together for something positive.
UW Junior Eneale Pickett has launched a project called “Dear Masculinity” to help young men address issues they face.
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