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Vel Phillips statue going on Madison's Capitol grounds

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Vel Phillips statue going on Madison’s Capitol grounds 

Governor Tony Evers announced that the State Capitol and Executive Residence Board granted final approval for the installation of a sculpture to honor and memorialize the life and legacy of Wisconsin trailblazer Vel R. Phillips.  When unveiled in June 2024, the sculpture of Phillips, commissioned by artist Radcliffe Bailey, will be the first of a person of color to be honored on the Wisconsin State Capitol Grounds. The stature will […]

todayApril 16, 2024

Future & Metro Boomin bring 'We Trust You Tour' to Milwaukee

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Future & Metro Boomin bring ‘We Trust You Tour’ to Milwaukee

GRAMMY® Award-winning artist Future and GRAMMY®-nominated record producer Metro Boomin are scheduled to bring their 'We Trust You Tour' to Milwaukee's Fiserv Forum on Friday, August 2, 2024. The tour, presented by Cash App and Visa, will showcase the duo's recent collaborations and significant influence on hip-hop. Future and Metro Boomin have played a key role in shaping the sound and direction of hip-hop since 2013. Their latest collaborations, "WE […]

todayApril 16, 2024

Nina Simone's "Four Women": A timeless anthem of Black women

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Nina Simone’s “Four Women”: A timeless anthem for Black women

In 1966, Nina Simone released "Four Women," a powerful song that gave voice to the experiences and struggles of Black women in America. The song profiles four distinct characters, each representing a different stereotype: Aunt Sarah, the maternal figure; Saffronia, the tragic mulatto; Sweet Thing, the sexualized object; and Peaches, the angry militant. Through these archetypes, Simone exposed how Black women have been dehumanized, exploited, and oppressed throughout history. More […]

todayApril 15, 2024

Milwaukee's Myaap returns with 'Actin Up' feat. Chicken P

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Milwaukee’s Myaap returns with ‘Actin Up’ feat. Chicken P

Photo Credit: Brandon Cowans Milwaukee's rap scene has long been underappreciated, thriving in the shadows of more prominent metropolitan heavyweights, but not for long. At the forefront of this burgeoning movement stands Myaap, a rising star whose latest single, "Actin Up," featuring Chicken P, showcases her infectious energy. Fresh off the second leg of Veeze's Ganger Tour and the release of her EP "BIG MYAAP, NOT THE LIL ONE," The […]

todayApril 12, 2024

Milwaukee’s SistaStrings releases new song on Alice Randall’s ‘My Black Country”

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Milwaukee’s SistaStrings shine on Alice Randall’s ‘My Black Country’

SistaStrings, photo credit: Hanna Hanseroth In country music, where Black voices have long been underrepresented, songwriter Alice Randall's latest project, "My Black Country - The Songs of Alice Randall," is a beacon of change. The album, released alongside Randall's memoir of the same name, celebrates the Black roots and ongoing influence in the genre while showcasing the immense talent of contemporary Black female artists. Among the standout tracks is "Girls […]

todayApril 12, 2024

Wisconsin hospital recognized for Black maternal health efforts

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Wisconsin hospital recognized for Black maternal health efforts

Image generated with Midjourney During Black Maternal Health Week 2024, U.S. News & World Report honored a single hospital in Wisconsin for its dedication to supporting Black maternal health - Aurora Medical Center in Grafton. The recognition highlights the facility's efforts in providing high-quality care and addressing disparities in maternal health outcomes for Black women, especially crucial given Wisconsin's persistent challenges in this area. Wisconsin has consistently ranked among the […]

todayApril 11, 2024

Alpha Phi Alpha's to host Step Show and after party in Milwaukee

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Alpha Phi Alpha’s to host Step Show and after party in Milwaukee

The District of Wisconsin branch of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., the first intercollegiate Greek-letter fraternity established for African American men, will host its 92nd Midwestern Regional Convention in Milwaukee from Thursday, April 11th to Saturday, April 13th, 2024. The convention, expected to draw over 1,200 attendees, will feature various events, with select activities open to the public. Alderman Russell W. Stamper, II, a member of Alpha Phi Alpha, encourages […]

todayApril 11, 2024

Beyond I-794: Envisioning a more just and inclusive Milwaukee

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Beyond I-794: Envisioning a more just and inclusive Milwaukee

Milwaukee, a city grappling with its painful history of urban renewal projects that devastated Black neighborhoods, is now considering removing a portion of Interstate 794 (I-794) in its downtown area. The proposed project, estimated to cost over $300 million, aims to rebuild the elevated freeway between North Water Street and the Hoan Bridge, potentially opening up valuable land for redevelopment and enhancing connections to the lakefront. As Milwaukee considers removing […]

todayApril 10, 2024 2

SZA to headline Summerfest 2024 with special guest Aminé

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SZA to headline Summerfest 2024 with special guest Aminé

Summerfest presented by American Family Insurance has announced that Grammy-winning artist SZA will headline the American Family Insurance Amphitheater on Saturday, June 22, 2024. This performance, featuring special guest Aminé, marks SZA's first appearance at the renowned music festival. SZA's Meteoric Rise SZA has established herself as a formidable force in contemporary R&B, captivating audiences with her vulnerable and poetic songwriting style. Her distinct vocal abilities allow her to convey […]

todayApril 5, 2024

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