The Black Voice

An online community of news, culture, opinion, and blogging to create a safe space for the African diasporic students attending the University of Wisconsin-Madison and affiliated communities.

A publication for historically silenced voices at UW-Madison.

“With THE BLACK VOICE, this new endeavor, let us all become determined to progress, let us all refuse to stagnate, and let us all refuse to retrogress. This is a long awaited beginning.”

Founded at UW-Madison in 1971, The Black Voice functions as a space in which you (and yo mama) can be soooo unapologetically Black that all manifestations and definitions of Black identity are welcomed, acknowledged, and praised here.

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Named 2016’s Digital Collegiate Special Project of the Year by the National Association of Black Journalists.