“To me, Sabrina’s like our local celebrity,” said Ruby Clay, so when she was invited, “I was like, woah, me?”
KCG Development is behind the project currently known as the Meadowlands Multi-Family Project, which would create seven townhomes and 216 apartments.
“Let us commit together, today in this room ... to commit collectively to work together to change these outcomes," said Lisa Peyton-Caire, founder and president of the Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness.
“Edgewood believes that it has the right to play games on its field. It has always had that right. It has always exercised that right ... We will continue to fight to exercise that right,” said Matthew Lee, a lawyer representing Edgewood.
"As immigrants we have many dreams … we started talking about our dreams of working for our community,” said co-op member Aida Inuca.
“How will people be made to feel having to be on a separate floor where it’s known that these floors are segregated?” said Ald. Donna Moreland.
One idea to provide legal assistance to clear barriers to employment and housing tied for first place, earning it a $1 million provisional award. Another effort aiming to transform the child care sector tied for second place, earning it a provisional award of $300,000.
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“Who’s asking them? When does that opportunity come up for males, and black males in particular?” said Arnitta Holliman, a licensed professional counselor. “When does that conversation ever come up?”
Madison has over 270 parks, and only 34 of them are dog-friendly. Soon, the city will be asking Madisonians if they want to keep it that way.