The Blk Pwr Coalition held a Black History Month teach-in centered around “designing the Black Madison of our dreams” Saturday in the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s School of Education building.
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The graduate students union delivered a letter to Chancellor Mnookin advocating for 12 weeks of paid family leave and distributed Valentine’s Day cards detailing struggles of having a family as UW-Madison employees.
The charity show in late January boasted 10 bands and raised more than $4,500 dollars for local community center Neighborhood House.
The comedian and activist spoke about Indigeneity in media and his experiences in the industry to a crowd at Gordon’s Event Center.
In a Tuesday ruling, a Dane County Circuit judge ruled a Wisconsin 1849 feticide law does not apply to abortions, prompting Planned Parenthood to reinstate abortions in Sheboygan County.
Dane County MAC and University Health Services are among the groups aiding student survivors in managing the impact and aftermath of sexual assault.
Results of the vote show the public, unlike a banana, was not split on their decision to induct “175 S’more Years” into the Babcock canon.
Wisconsin Assembly set to vote on Republican tax cut, childcare package with Evers veto on the horizonBy Annika Bereny | Sep. 9
The Assembly Ways and Means committee discussed a tax-free childcare bill and income tax decrease in a public hearing on Wednesday.
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Reproductive rights activists back Evers, Democrats as lawmakers weigh changes to Wisconsin abortion lawBy Annika Bereny | Mar. 23
Democrats unveiled legislation eliminating Wisconsin’s 1849 abortion ban after Assembly Republicans proposed adding rape and incest exceptions, though neither plan is expected to pass.