In this article featured in Madison’s Cap Times, Dr. Rev. Alex Gee shares of the racial disparity and injustice occurring in Madison, WI. The article went viral in Madison, and ignited a movement to address the racial inequality reigning in this city.
Dr. Rev. Alex Gee’s message message at the Town Hall he called to follow up on the article “Justified Anger.”
On the 5 year anniversary of the original Justified Anger article, Dr. Gee has another front page piece in the Cap Times reflecting on the past 5 years of Justified Anger in Madison.
This article written by Shelley K. Mesch of The Wisconsin State-Journal details the incredibly exciting news of Justified Anger being awarded a $1 Million Dollar Grant by The Wisconsin Partnership Program with the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.
Featured in the Cap Times, Dr. Rev. Gee shares of what he specifically heard from the community in response to the Justified Anger movement.
Featured in Madison365, David Dahmer provides an in-depth look at Justified Anger’s Leadership Institute, and how it addresses specific problems of Madison in order to strengthen young leaders who happen to be African American in the city.
Katie Dean of the Cap Times reports the innovative partnership between Justified Anger and TDS Telecommunications, with the loaning of Executive Patrick Yates to Justified Anger.
Steven Elbow of the Cap Times details the first Justified Anger Black History Course.
Paul Fanlund of the Cap Times shares of the beginning steps of Justified Anger’s work as it partners with community leaders in Meadowood.
Dr. Gee shares his thoughts on Madison, racism, Justified Anger, and if he will ever change the name in a Q&A with Wisconsin State Journal‘s Editorial Board.
The Cap Times’s Bryna Godar shares of the rollout of Justified Anger’s “Our Madison Plan,” which has five key focuses: education, incarceration, family and community wellness, economic development, and leadership and capacity development.
Doug Erickson of the Wisconsin State Journal recounts the unveiling of Justified Anger’s “Our Madison Plan,” led by Dr. Alex Gee’s “call to audacity” for Madison to address racial disparities.
Paul Fanlund of the Cap Times shares of the impact of Justified Anger’s “Our Madison Plan” for the community.”