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Mary Burke launches Building Brave, an app-based community to inspire confidence and bridge the gaps between women and men.
South-side based organization Nehemiah, which focuses on supported in at-risk African-Americans, reaches its 25th year of support and empowerment.
Head of Human Resources for Sun Prairie School District Malika Evanco has plans to make a positive impact on the school’s of Sun Prairie’s growing, diverse population.
State Representative Evan Goyke announced his intentions introduce legislation to shut down Lincoln Hills School for Boys and revamp the current juvenile system of corrections. Juvenile justice expert Jim Moeser agrees.
A leader at the United Way of Dane County Deedra Atkinson retires after 14 years of working to move local families out of poverty and into sustainability.
The Ho-Chunk Nation’s The 12th Annual Journey of Hope Conference focused on diabetes, providing attendees with information and ways to cope with the disease.
The third annual Social Justice Youth Summit, hosted by Cardinal Heights Upper Middle School, raised $6,000 to donate to the Boy and Girls Club of Dane County.
A former white supremacist and the son of a victim of the 2012 Oak Creek massacre, are co-founders of a movement, titled Serve2Unite and will host an event titled “Moving Past Hate” at the Monona Terrace this Sunday.
As migrants take to dangerous measures to flee the country, the reality of Libya’s on-going slave trade put many lives at risk.
Madison’s own Edith Hillard shares the story of her plans to meet Otis Redding 50 years ago.
Forward Community Investments honors the memory of activist Judy Wilcox by awarding a grant to three organizations, YWCA Madison, Housing Initiatives and Operation Fresh Start.
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