In an enclave as bright, dynamic and vibrant as Madison of course we enjoy a thriving LBGTQ community. Our citizens who are Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, Transgender and Queer are professional,

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In a wonderful display of a united community, 100 Black Men of Madison welcomed local students and parents to mark the new school year as a festive occasion. Elevating its

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  When Annie Weatherby Flowers first arrived in Madison she wanted to create an event that would celebrate Black culture. She quickly realized that the perfect opportunity was to mark

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Students, parents and teachers at O’Keeffe Middle School partner with Madison’s leading chefs to provide practical experience in the culunary arts through this fun, engaging and challenging Top-Chef- style cooking

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The Boys & Girls Club of Dane County partnered with FB4KMadison (Free Bikes 4 Kids) to give away almost 400 bicycles to area youth!

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Candice Camille ~ The Wellologist

A few hundred vibrant women gathered to celebrate healthy-living at the Alliant Energy Center. The 8th Annual Black Women’s Wellness Day event brought the community together in order to share their enthusiasm and information on how best to lead lives rich with positive choices and deliberate wellbeing.

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Walk It Out Madison 2016

The sisters of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority gathered the Madison community at Warner Park to celebrate health and wellness. This annual event is an opportunity for residents to come together and learn how to have an active lifestyle through physical exercise, good nutrition and a positive mental attitude.

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Backpacks For Success

Now in its 21st year the annual Backpacks For Success campaign provides schools supplies for local children in need. Through an ongoing effort to raise funds and the support of several corporate sponsors 100 Black Men of Madison gives area youth an early boost toward positive academic outcomes. Learn more about this great effort.

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2016 Wanda Fullmore Internship Program

Thanks to the Wanda Fullmore Youth Internship Program, this summer 52 high school students are helping to promote a conversation on making Madison’s green space more accessible to young people. Wanda Fullmore dedicated 39 years of her life to the City of Madison and this internship program is part of her enduring legacy.

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