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School personnel are three times more likely to call police on Black and Indigenous students in Wisconsin.
A customer at Willy Street Co-op alleged she was subject to racist comments by an employee.
Madison Metropolitan School District will hold a hearing next week on the new name for Memorial High School.
The second annual Good Neighbor Gathering will be held at Brittingham Park on Saturday.
Also Saturday, Luna’s Grocery will host its annual block party.
A Beloit family launched their third business this summer.
Forward Community Investments named Ryan Zerwer as its new CEO.
Writer and activist Darnell Moore will keynote the YWCA Racial Justice Summit next week.
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