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Unapologetically Bria Bea is adulting on tax day!
A South Side native and Madison West grad is heading to Hollywood hoping to become the next famous Denzel.
There’s now a record number of women on the Madison Common Council.
New York political comic Hari Kondabolu is coming to Madison next weekend.
A collective of local artists gave the YWCA a playful makeover with a new mural.
Students from HBCUs across the country came to CUNA Thursday to pitch their ideas to bring “unbanked” people into the financial system.
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism reports that state officials quietly changed the psychological evaluations of inmates in solitary confinement.
New research suggests — not shockingly — that sports’ fans reactions to athlete protests have a lot to do with the race of the athlete.
Madison365 Academy reporter Fatoumata Ceesay answered our 12 questions.
In the latest “tough on crime” move, white lawmakers in the Milwaukee suburbs are pushing to put more urban youth in jail for longer sentences.
Fitchburg mayor-elect Jason Gonzalez favors an ordinance prohibiting median panhandling similar to one recently enacted in Madison.
CUNA Mutual diversity director Angela Russell lays out the case for a more inclusive city.
The Madison Network of Black Professionals looks to create long-term connections in order to help people put down roots in Madison.
The YWCA will honor six local leaders in their 43rd annual Women of Distinction Awards.
UNIDOS launched a new bilingual website to help victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking access resources.
In other news …
A Florida state senator has resigned after a racist tirade.
Also in Florida, a state’s attorney got a noose in the mail.
President Barack Obama announced that his first post-presidency speech will take place Monday at the University of Chicago.
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