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Cecely Castillo became the first Latina to serve on the Dane County Board this week.
The Milwaukee Bucks were named the Team of the Year in the inaugural Sports Illustrated Awards for their leadership in social justice.
Michele Mackey has been named CEO of Kids Forward.
City of Milwaukee Health Department chief of staff Lilliann Paine was the guest on this week’s Black Oxygen.
Matthew Braunginn and special guest Nada Elmikashfi discussed capitalism, climate change and race on this week’s Finding the Warmth of Our Sun.
Dr. Shon Barnes formally accepted the job as Madison’s new police chief.
Goodman Community Center named Letesha Nelson as its new executive director.
FEAR — Forget Everything and Run — is a program of Social X Milwaukee aiming to create social connections and commitment to health among young professionals.
Madison’s first-ever Black teen services librarian is working to reinvent libraries as community centers for local youth.
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