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Madison’s Delta Sigma Theta chapter, along with Sankofa Behavioral Health, will host World AIDS Day events this weekend.
A listening session on the North Side aimed to open dialog between police and community members.
La Movida Radio will host its annual fundraiser for Catholic Multicultural Center on December 14.
Dr. Martha Stacker will keynote the first Ready, Set, Go! Program graduation ceremony.
Madison Museum of Contemporary Art will host an exhibit of Chicago artist Nathaniel Mary Quinn through March.
The incoming Evers administration named a diverse advisory panel to help shape health policy.
Urban Community Arts Network and Madison Area Music Association will celebrate and promote Madison’s hip-hop scene in a series of events this weekend.
This weekend’s Project 1808 benefit gala will help build a college in Sierra Leone.
A group of Madison East students attended the National Society of Black Engineers regional conference in Ohio.
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