Civil Rights & Immigration

Waukesha sheriff’s deal with ICE

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Wisconsin has learned that the Waukesha County sheriff's office is the state’s only police department to enter...

No nation filled with hate can be great

Hate is not only devastatingly traumatic to those on the receiving end, it’s destructive to those doing the hating. It’s like drinking poison and...

Neighbors shocked as Michael’s closes because of visa problem Iconic restaurant's...

The news that Michael’s Frozen Custard on Monroe Street in Madison will be closing after the owner’s husband was barred from returning to the...

Neighbors shocked by Michael’s closure

The news that Michael’s Frozen Custard on Monroe Street in Madison will be closing after the owner’s husband was barred from returning to the...

Milwaukee’s latest ICE controversy Student artwork on city buses causes an...

A flurry of controversy has erupted over artwork that appeared on buses in Milwaukee County last week. The words, “Milwaukee is immigrant strong,” and,...

‘Troublemaker’ inspires new generation of activists Bayard Rustin biography brings civil-rights hero's...

The March on Washington in August 1963 is best known as the scene for Martin Luther King, Jr.’s famous speech, a touchstone of the...

The voices behind driver’s license reform Voces magnifies stories like those...

Until 2007, undocumented immigrants in Wisconsin could obtain driver’s licenses. But after the passage of the federal REAL ID Act, authored by Wisconsin Congressman...

Ku Klux Klan recruitment flyers distributed in Dane County

On Monday, Dane County resident Christian Foust came home to find “white supremacist recruitment propaganda thrown at the end of my driveway.” Foust, who...

Nygren highlights his Texas southern border tour

On Monday, state Rep. John Nygren (R-Marinette) took a tour of the U.S. southern border in Texas that was organized by the American Legislative...

Fifteen hate groups reside in Wisconsin The Southern Poverty Law Center...

Two years ago today -- Aug. 12, 2017 -- a neo-Nazi sped his car into a group of peaceful protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, killing...
Adjust Font Size