Black Women Entrepreneurs Series by Jennifer Anderson and Sabrina Madison As the second part of our series celebrating the growth and success of Black women entrepreneurs, The Madison Times (TMT) had the opportunity to speak with S.L. Owens about her path to success, her advice, and her experience as part of the new vanguard that […]
Raising Boys to Men
Please, Just Say No to Father’s Day Pettiness!
Fitchburg Addresses Diversity with Committee Appointments
By Brianna Rae June 5, 2015 Some of Fitchburg’s new committee appointees (from left to right) Jason Gonzalez, Jeanie Sieling, Mariam Maldonado, Frances Huntley-Cooper, Sabrina Madison, Arlene Silveira and Ada Deer. Photo: Kaleem Caire “If we have accurate representation, solving our problems in a way that treats everybody fairly becomes a lot […]
Local Events: June 5, 2015 –
June 5, 2015 To have your event listed, please contact TheMadisonTimes by sending as email to email@example.com. SATURDAY, JUNE 6 Cows on the Concourse Capitol Square, 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. June is Dairy Month and what better way to celebrate than to bring the whole family to meet and greet cows and […]
Community Building: Resources to Help You Become Engaged in Social Justice Work
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Event Spotlight: LIVING THE DREAM: Inspiring Youth Through Entrepreneurship
April 24, 2015 Living the Dream is a newly-launched grassroots entrepreneurship project. With the support of community and business members alike we will award $1,000 scholarships this fall to five talented local high school students with entrepreneurial dreams. Students will be partnered with mentors and receive hands-on training to help make their […]
Yes, You Can Practice Self-Love!
By Heymiss Progress April 17, 2015 Dear Progress: What does it really mean to practice self-love? Dear Love: I can best describe practicing self-love as granting oneself permission to live fully. For me, it’s meant moving from a place of allowing others to bring me into miserable situations to actively […]