Photos: Alumna Lilada Gee leads mural painting at South Madison Partnership building

“I’m hoping these portraits represent the need to remember the individual within the community,” Gee said. “While this is a community space, each of us has different needs and experiences and expression. So even as we think of community, I’d like us to remember that there are multiple experiences within those communities.”

Policing, Violence, and Surveillance: Local, Historical, and Legal Perspectives

As we have witnessed time and again, legalized violence is a social epidemic that harms marginalized communities. How might we re-imagine systems of law enforcement and public safety both broadly and here in Madison? The …