Judge Doyle Square is the name for two important blocks in downtown Madison. They’re at the heart of a proposed development that is now 10 years in the making. This project encompasses numerous city issues, including parking, hotel rooms, the value of Monona Terrace, a public market, aging municipal offices, tax incremental financing, and business […]
Madison365, which covers diverse communities and issues of equity in the region, published a report about the challenges faced by African Americans and other people of color in higher education.
(WORT) — Capital Times reporter Bryna Godar joins Kristian Knutsen to explain the basics and share the latest about the proposed Madison Public Market.
Madison365 editor-in-chief David Dahmer reported on the burgeoning technology business sector in the city, introducing entrepreneurs who are seeking to challenge its lack of diversity. In this interview, he discussed their work to change Madison’s tech scene.
(WORT) — The Urban Community Arts Network is a Madison-based non-profit group that works to support the city’s hip-hop community through fostering and empowering musicians and artists. The group, known as UCAN, is celebrating the local scene this weekend with the sixth annual Madison Hip-Hop Awards. The show will be held on Saturday, November 7 at the Barrymore Theatre.
(WORT) — Madison365 recently published “The 28 Most influential African Americans in Wisconsin.” Noting community and political leaders in the state, the list sought to highlight African American leaders who are prominent in Wisconsin.