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Madison365 is partnering with several local organizations to gather the community for food and fun at back-to-school block parties in the Mendota and Leoplod neighborhoods.
Madison’s own M Adams contributed to the first official platform of the national Black Lives Matter movement.
The Triangle is getting a new playground, thanks to a grant from the Dr. Pepper Snapple company and non-profit KaBOOM!
Violent, racist Nazi propaganda appeared on a printer at UW, part of a larger-scale stunt from a well-known white supremacist hacker.
Researchers have found that tobacco and fast foods are within easier reach of minority and low-income students.
UW Alum George Reistad was named the City of Madison’s new food policy coordinator.
The Milwaukee Bucks will return to Madison for a preseason game at the Kohl Center in October.
We introduced a new video column, Black Faith Matters with Pastor Alex Gee.
“A white person who matters” anonymously criticized the Black Business Expo. Organizer Sabrina Madison responded with laughter.
Former Madison Police Officer Gloria Reyes wrote a thoughtful reflection of the past, present and future of policing — and the relationship between police and the communities they serve.
Rev David Hart thinks Andrea Irwin, the mother of Tony Robinson, should have been among the Mothers of the Movement at the Democratic National Convention.
In other news …
A woman in Houston called 911 during a traffic stop because she didn’t feel safe with the officer who pulled her over.
A new line of school supplies inspired by Black Lives Matter has sold out, and a GoFundMe account has been set up to increase production.
The Root profiled 11 Black athletes in less popular sports to keep an eye on during the Rio Olympics.
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