As we prepare our gardens and as we prepare our hearts to do the work of trauma recovery in our Supporting Healthy Black Families Workgroup, we cant help but to consider the demonic and insidious nature of white supremacy racism. As many are aware a white man targeted Black people in Buffalo, New York and murdered 10 people for being Black. It is imperative that we continue to do the work to eliminate this demonic way of being that impacts all of us and strips all of us of our humanity, moving us further and further away from one another. We're sending love, healing energy to all the families who lost a loved one from this horrendous cowardous act. And, to all Black people across the country, who are continuously reminded that Being Black in AmeriKKKa is all that is required to be sentenced to death. #SayTheirNames

Ruth Whitfield, 86
Roberta Drury, 32
Aaron Salter, 55
Heyward Patterson, 67
Pearl Young, 77
Geraldine Talley, 62
Celestine Chaney, 65
Katherine Massey, 72
Margus Morrison, 52
Andre Mackneil, 53
“When we identify where our privilege intersects with somebody else's oppression, we'll find our opportunities to make real change.”
― Ijeoma Oluo
Come and unpack white supremacy with Urban Triage, join our Co-Conspirator Workgroup, join our Supporting Healthy Black Families, take a look at the healing we are doing in our Supporting Healthy Black Agriculture (SHBA) Workgroup. We are still taking enrollment for one more week for our Agriculture family workgroup. Our mission is to bring sustainability back into agriculture while providing bonding time and healing space for Black families and opportunities for community members to learn about agriculture from the black experience. All families are welcomed to participate and encouraged to sign up!

We encourage you to get involved, whether it's attending one of our upcoming events, participating in our workgroups, volunteering or making a donation.
Reach out to us today and find out how you can best support the work!
The First Cohort of the Supporting Healthy Black Families (SHBF) Master Course Graduates!
We are beyond proud of the first ever Supporting Healthy Black Families (SHBF) Master Course Graduates! These participants successfully accomplished the next level of self-development and trauma recovery! Hearing from each of these Graduates during our graduation ceremony was both beautiful and emotional.

Cohort 10 of Supporting Healthy Black Families (SHBF) kicks off Tuesday, June 21!

SHBF is a 8-week personal leadership & personal change workgroup that empowers and inspires breakthroughs & transformation in Black people, Black families & Black communities. 

Workgroups meet 2X for 8 weeks---Tuesdays & Thursdays from 6-8 PM.

For questions, please email
The First Saturday of the Supporting Healthy Black Agriculture Workgroup was a Success!
The Supporting Healthy Black Agriculture (SHBA) Workgroup kicked off last Saturday and we had an amazing first day! For the first time participants had the opportunity to tour the Farley Center and get familiar with the area. The group toured our garden plot and our Agriculture Lead, Ruthanna, talked about the importance of soil structure and health.

They ended the tour by walking through the Farley Center's apiary (beehives) with a visit into the Natural Path Sanctuary. The families then got creative and painted plant identification tags for the food they will harvest this summer!

They also had the opportunity to harvest garlic from one of the Farley center fields to take home.
This week, we are building raised beds and volunteers are encouraged to sign up!

We have several volunteer opportunities available, so please get in touch with us today! There are still a few items on our SHBA Wish List that will help the progression of this program. Please take a look at our SHBA Wish List and consider donating today!
Urban Triage, Inc. is pleased to announce our Farm Business Development initiative, an expansion of our Supporting Healthy Black Agriculture (SHBA) program. It is our goal at Urban Triage to support our Black Wisconsin Farmers as they strive to build financially stable wealth-building farm businesses with resources, programming, and support. We hope to lower the barrier to entry for Black Farmers to be successful in agriculture and acquire land.

Urban Triage will support Black Farmer or Entrepreneur in Wisconsin looking to improve their Farm Business in the following ways:

  • Assist Farmers in preparation for a business license
  • Support farmers throughout State or Federally run programs to encourage completion
  • We provide support for programs covering
  • Business Management
  • Business Development
  • Value-added and Marketing
  • Grant Writing
  • Assist Farmers in sourcing land
  • Provide an up-to-date list of resources for farmers
Our Co-Conspirator Workgroup is designed to bring about positive, permanent shifts in how we define and understand the depth of breadth of white supremacist patriarchal capitalism in our fight for Black Lives. Join us in transforming the world starting with ourselves. 
Supporting Healthy Black Agriculture (SHBA) Donations Needed
Support Black Families in growing their own food and learn the basics of agriculture and advanced techniques. We are short few things, please see full wish list below! 

Drop off Items Mon-Friday 11am to 4PM 
2312 S Park St Madison WI 53713
Order them via Amazon Wishlist!
Urban Triage, Inc. is excited to announce the Supporting Healthy Black Youth: Visible Youth Mobilization for The Poor People's Campaign Moral March on Washington, DC on June 18, 2022, in celebration of Juneteenth and Black liberation. In partnership with the Milwaukee Poor People's Campaign, Breaking Barriers, Community Task Force MKE, All Of Us Or None, and Tech*Niques--mobilizing youth across Madison and Milwaukee.

Our goal is to raise $60,000 to support 46 youth and 10 adult chaperones. 
Urban Triage Organizes Youth March to Washington DC in Partnership with Milwaukee Grassroots Organizations
Come and join us on Saturday, June 4th at Penn Park, as we celebrate our community and enjoy music from a live DJ, free food, and toys and games for the kids!

This is a FREE Community event!

Follow our event page on Facebook for updates!
Join Ad 2 Madison for our 5th annual diversity panel, which allows us to learn from these leaders who come from diverse backgrounds (socioeconomic status, race, gender, sexual orientation) as they answer questions focusing on a variety of professional topics, such as their personal struggles and strategies for success.

Moderator: Brian Lee, APR - President of Revelation PR, Advertising & Social Media
  • Erika Jones - Co-Owner of Giant Jones Brewing, LLC
  • Dr. Christina Outlay - Executive Director of Maydm
  • Dr. Rowand Robinson - Special Education Professor at University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
  • Brandi Grayson - Founder/CEO of Urban Triage
  • Ric Ransom - VP/President of UW Hospitals - Madison Region
Are you looking for a job where you’ll make a difference, not just a living?  Solace Home, a new Madison-based nonprofit, will provide a welcoming home where our most vulnerable community members can receive hospice services at the end of their lives. We are looking for an Executive Director with the heart and skills to effectively shepherd our program through start-up and beyond.  If you are skilled and compassionate, are a self-starter comfortable with responsibility, and share our passion that everyone deserves comfort, support, and dignity at the end of life, this could be the job for you.  

For questions: Ann Catlett
It all begins with a single step. Maybe you are looking for steady income. Maybe you are looking for advancement opportunities. Maybe you want to launch a business. Maybe you have life experiences to share with others. Whatever it is, BMCDC is the community that brings us together for the journey.
Want a career where you are creating meaningful change and working with passionate individuals who are dedicated to creating and maintaining inclusive, equitable and healthy environments? Looking for dynamic work with competitive pay, take a look at our open positions! We offer a safe and inclusive environment, women and minorities encouraged to apply!