Vol. 13    No. 6
MARCH 19, 2018
Editor's Corner
Reflections
by Jonathan Gramling
                                   
The Naked
Truth
by Jamala Rogers
Asian
Wisconzine
by Heidi M. Pascual
Our Stories
Columns
CENTERSPREAD
Executive Sisterhood
Women of Color Non-Profit CEOs
talk about their experiences providing
leadership (Part 2)
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BACKPAGE
24th Annual AKA Men Who
Cook Fundraiser
Culinary Excellence
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                                        March and Trump Madness

It’s hard to believe, but with this issue, March 19, 2018, we begin the 13th year of publishing The Capital City
Hues. I am still very grateful to Mother Jackie Wright for being our first cover story back on March 22, 2006. It
was an incredible time back then with the political world abuzz about that new senator from Illinois, Barack Obama.

And in a short few weeks in April, the first immigration reform march was held with well over 10,000 people
marching up from Brittingham Park to the state capitol. I remember standing up at the crest of the hill on W.
Washington Avenue, watching the waves of people walk up the avenue and taking photos of people with their
American and Mexican flags and thousands of homemade placards.

It was an incredible time to start publishing a newspaper. And it was also a most difficult time because within two
years, Wall Street went bust, taking the economic futures of millions of Americans down with them and hastening
the decline of print advertising as people began to make the Internet their number one news source, both fake and
real news.  --
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DECISION 2018
The Jacqueline DeWalt Scholarship Fund
Kick-Off Event
Honoring a Caring Spirit
By Jonathan Gramling
Poetic
Tongues
by Fabu