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Burlington Area School District in noncompliance of discrimination policies says Department of Public Instruction

The Department of Public Instruction (DPI) declared that the Burlington Area School District (BASD) failed to comply and adhere to the district’s own discrimination policy. The ruling came following an event that displayed a racially hostile environment in September of 2021. The incident involved Burlington High School football players who were caught using racial slurs […]

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3rd annual Juneteenth Celebration held at Echo Lake Park on Father’s Day

The Burlington Coalition for Dismantling Racism (BCDR) is hosting its third annual Juneteenth Celebration at Echo Lake Park in Burlington this Sunday, June 19. The festivities will kick off at 11 a.m. and go until 4 p.m. Since it’s on Father’s Day, all fathers who attend will also be honored. Juneteenth is the celebration of […]

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Soija Cameron crowned Miss Juneteenth 2022

Soija Cameron, a Racine resident, has been named Miss Juneteenth 2022. The Case High School graduate earned herself the crown and the title on June 11. Ava Collier-White, a Prairie High School graduate, was the 1st runner-up. The Miss Juneteenth pageant took place at the Dr. John Bryant Center, 601 Caron Butler Way, after a […]

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