Here are today’s most popular stories, brought to you by the Black Women’s Leadership Conference, May 17-18.
The Talk Back Conference continues the work and conversation of Sagashus Levingston’s published work, “Infamous Mothers.”
A statewide network faith communities called WISDOM, and EXPO (Ex-Prisoners Organizing) a collective of formerly incarcerated leaders within the organization, will be confronting the Wisconsin Department of Corrections about Wisconsin prison’s high mortality rate next week.
The first Hmong American Woman Judge Kristy Yang will highlight her experiences at collaboration event with Madison College and Women LEAD on April 2.
The Latino Chamber of Commerce of Dane County will be hosting its annual Latino Business Excellence Awards next Saturday with a Brazilian twist.
A Sun Prairie Middle School tutor was removed from local Schools of Hope tutoring program for making an insensitive comment about “low-income” students.
Milwaukee Bucks player Jabari Parker arranged for 120 Milwaukee public school youth to have a private showing of Black Panther.
The Wisconsin State Assembly voted to pass a bill that would lead to more prisons and more people in them.
Former Whitefish Bay basketball star is named in ongoing FBI probe into college basketball rules and violations affecting over 20 universities.
The United States Supreme Court announced a decision that will likely allow the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals to continue past March 5.
UW-Madison professor Christy Clark-Pujara explains the history of Black male suffrage in Wisconsin.