Re-naming the school after Bruce Dahmen, a beloved former principal, was suggested many times. The committee will meet again on Aug. 31.
The firm wants to push back against the new leftist view that "color blindness" and race neutrality are not enough.
In 2020, during the coronavirus pandemic, economic uncertainty and high-profile racial justice events were issues that informed the trajectory…
A Burlington Area School Board meeting ended Monday night with chanting, arguments, School Board members walking away and a police presence, sparked by a proposal that BASD adopt an anti-racism policy and curriculum.
The University of Wisconsin has four representatives in the coalition — Chancellor Rebecca Blank, associate athletic director Mike Jackson, senior football safety Madison Cone and junior softball outfielder Tyra Turner.
In an open letter Monday, Warren denounced the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer last week and announced the formation of the coalition. Warren invited student-athletes, coaches, athletic directors and campus administrators to join,
Five times this school year, an MMSD teacher or substitute teacher has used a racial slur in front of a student. The string of incidents has forced the district to grapple with how to have more productive conversations about race and how to heal. Plus, many educators now realize that when it comes to anti-racism efforts, the work is ongoing and never stops.
Dear Editor: In response to an earlier letter to the editor about an incident that recently occurred at Velma Hamilton Middle School, we are w…
More than 100 ideas to improve campus climate will be boiled down to a handful for Chancellor Rebecca Blank to consider.
One of the pieces of graffiti by a student protesting the climate of racism at UW didn't seem "anti-racist."
Anti-racism advocate Tim Wise spoke to University of Wisconsin-Madison students and a group of law associations about the effects of racism in…
A rally at the state Capitol — one of hundreds of events held around the country to mark the 43rd anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination — drew several thousand people, including firefighters and police officers, union leaders and musicians like Michelle Shocked.