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Dane County’s Office for Equity and Inclusion named Fabiola Hamdan as its first ever Immigration Affairs Specialist.



Madison College announced they will provide support for DREAMers impacted by the DACA decision.



The John Vietnam Nguyen Project will be hosting their fifth annual JVN Day Festival this weekend.



The Women in Journalism panel hosted at Edgewood College discussed obstacles the industry is currently facing.



Dane County’s Lantix community banded together to provide relief to victims of Hurricane Harvey.



J.J. Watt, former Badger football star, raised $27 million as a relief fund for Houston flood victims.



This year’s US-Africa Energy Summit, to be hosted at the Monona Terrace, was “indefinitely postponed” to due to Trump Admin.’s visa blockade.



Urban Community and Arts Network hopes to raise $5,000 to support their professional and educational programming.  



New MMSD Deputy Chief Tremayne Clardy shared his high expectations for MMSD students.



Celebrity record producer DJ Khaled will host a free concert for students at the Kohl Center this October.



University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Chancellor Blank released a statement opposing Trump’s DACA decision and reassuring students of the university’s support.



The Community Immigration Law Center is extending hours of their free legal clinic to support local DREAMers.



Madison Metropolitan School District’s Superintendent, Jennifer Cheatham, announced the district’s commitments for the 2017-2018 academic school year.



An online petition seeks elected, civic and faith leaders to urge the federal government to continue the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.


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