A new coalition will analyze and seek solutions to racial disparities in Madison after receiving donations of nearly $100,000 from local foundations and individuals. The Justified Anger Coalition — which takes its name from a December essay by the Rev. Alex Gee in The Capital Times about his experiences with racism and discrimination in Madison — will work to empower black families and “create a greater Madison,” organizers said Wednesday.

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A new coalition will analyze and seek solutions to racial disparities in Madison after receiving donations of nearly $100,000 from local foundations and individuals. The Justified Anger Coalition — which takes its name from a December essay by the Rev. Alex Gee in The Capital Times about his experiences with racism and discrimination in Madison — will work to empower black families and “create a greater Madison,” organizers said Wednesday.

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A new coalition will analyze and seek solutions to racial disparities in Madison after receiving donations of nearly $100,000 from local foundations and individuals. The Justified Anger Coalition — which takes its name from a December essay by the Rev. Alex Gee in The Capital Times about his experiences with racism and discrimination in Madison — will work to empower black families and “create a greater Madison,” organizers said Wednesday.

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