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The election of Donald Trump sent shockwaves through the community. It had students of color at UW on edge, created anxiety among local Latinos, sparked regret among undocumented people who weren’t allowed to vote, and prompted solidarity as well as stress.
The Madison Hip Hop Awards are tonight! They’ll include Female Rap Artist of the Year for the first time in several years, as well as a stacked performance lineup. Half of the proceeds will benefit East Madison Community Center’s breakdancing program.
DSS Community Center, serving more than 200 youth in the Brentwood neighborhood, is still searching for a permanent home.
Centro Hispano gave its prestigious Roberto G. Sánchez award to Dr. Gerardo Mancilla.
The Equity and Inclusion Committee of Associated Students of Madison is seeking to have pork gelatin removed from Babcock ice cream to make it more culturally appropriate for Muslims, kosher Jews, Hindus and others.
The UW Athletic Department announced a new policy to deal with disruptive and racially charged expressions at Badger games.
Wisconsin is one of just four schools with three basketball players named to the Naismith Trophy watch list.
The SSM Health Gospel Fest, originally scheduled for tonight, has been rescheduled for December 10.
Attorney and Chins Up Foundation founder Israel Lopez answered our 12 questions on Tuesday.
In other news …
The white CEO of AT&T gave a forceful defense of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Two more tracks from the Hamilton Mixtape were released, including the very timely “Immigrants.”
The election of Donald Trump seems to have sparked a slew of racist incidents across the country.
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