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We published our fifth annual Black Power list this week.
An outpouring of community support culminated in a home makeover for the grandmother of Anisa Scott, which was finished and revealed Friday.
A charity drive will collect donated gloves and nonperishable food Sunday.
UW First Wave alumna Zhalarina Sanders won a Chicago Emmy for a series of music videos produced with PBS Wisconsin.
The Packers, Bucks and Brewers have teamed up with TitleTown Tech to form Equity League to invest in Black and Latinx owned startups.
Makda Fessahaye was named director of employee relations for the City of Milwaukee.
A new Forward Theater production of The Niceties will grapple with difficult discussions around race.
State Rep Shelia Stubbs shared her experience being a member of the Electoral College and casting one of Wisconsin’s 10 votes for Joe Biden.
Ayomi Obuseh is running to represent the UW campus area on Madison’s Common Council.
Nikki Conklin is running to unseat incumbent Paul Skidmore to represent Madison’s west side on the Common Council.
This week’s episode of Black Oxygen featured Rock County Jumpstart founder Genia Stevens.
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