Dear Editor: Sweet Jesus!
Matthew Braunginn and Nada Elmikashfi's resignation prompted city officials to review how the city’s committee structure is living up to its “anti-racist ideals.”
One of the most recent examples of protests making a difference involved the efforts of Freedom Inc. to remove Madison police officers from schools, said panelist M Adams.
The youngest member in the history of the Madison School Board, Savion Castro brings his perspective to an already progressively minded group, one which he says has “a lot of opportunity” ahead to make Madison a better place, especially for its students of color and those with low-income backgrounds. On the agenda? A superintendent hire, a pair of referenda likely next year and ongoing work on topics like behavior and advanced learning.
The event comes after a middle school staffer was forced to resign after an altercation with a student.
Areas of improvement include community relations and engagement; response to critical incidents; use of force; internal culture and protocols; accountability; and civilian oversight.
“Get over yourself,” Matthew Braunginn, a founder of Madison’s Young, Gifted and Black movement, advised disaffected young people.
Communications chief John Lucas says a "simple error" led to the wrong photo on publicity for "improved communications" website.
Seven months removed from the fatal shooting of 19-year-old Tony Robinson, community members gathered Sunday to sing “Happy Birthday” to the t…
YGB members will have no one to blame but themselves if opting for perfect keeps their voices out of meaningful changes.
The resolution creates community work groups to explore solutions to racial disparities and mental health challenges.
The primary reason for Tuesday's delay stemmed from worries about contracting with Mead and Hunt.
UW-Madison alumna Brandi Grayson has gained widespread recognition as a co-founder and spokesperson for the Young, Gifted and Black Coalition,…
Madison—whose unofficial label is “77 square miles surrounded by reality”—is hailed as a progressive haven.
A smaller crowd of protesters demonstrated in front of City Hall Tuesday afternoon in response to the shooting of Tony Robinson by a Madison police officer.
Four days after Tony Robinson’s death, protestors of all ages congregated on the steps of City-County Building early Tuesday evening, spurred …
While the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white officer in Ferguson, Missouri, took place a month ago, it has ignited a dialogue locally and nationally.
"Solidarity with Ferguson, Justice in Dane" will start at 3:30 in Penn Park on Madison's South Side.