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Ali Muldrow and Ananda Mirilli announced a rare joint school board campaign this week and officially kicked it off with an event Thursday.
One City School founder Kaleem Caire also announced that he’s running for school board.
The Baraboo community is hosting a series of events and discussions to grapple with issues raised by the now-famous Nazi salute photo.
A vote to expand the Personalized Pathways program in Madison schools is expected Monday, despite last-minute efforts to prevent one member from voting.
The State Department of Corrections quietly put 181 men who’d already completed their sentences back on GPS monitoring, but doesn’t seem to be monitoring them.
A new book by Muriel Simms recounts the experiences of Madison’s earliest African American families.
Forward Madison FC announced its full schedule, as well as the signing of Brazilian striker Paulo Júnior.
“Infamous Mothers” author Sagashus Levingston and Marie Justice, who directed the stage adaptation, hosted an in-depth discussion on Black womanhood and allyship this week.
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