From the first slaves fighting for freedom to the modern day leaders rallying for change, Black people have positively and permanently changed the Badger state. This Black History Month, we're sharing their stories.
2023 marks 56 years since civil rights leader and the man behind a movement built on love, Martin Luther King, Jr., visited Wisconsin. We revisit that day with two people who were there.
Since 2018, Wisconsin has become a more inclusive place for members of the LGBTQ+ community, according to the latest report from the Human Rights Campaign.
The city of Oshkosh is adding new plaques explaining why its statue of its namesake, Chief Oshkosh, falls short.
“This sends the message that some people don’t matter as much as others in our community,” one official said.
The district said the mural didn't represent "all members of our school community." But who was really left out?
In flag-raising ceremony, Evers also signed executive orders to ban state money in “conversion therapy" and ensure inclusive language in state documents.
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