Madison365 Week in Review for April 28


    Here are our most popular stories of the week, brought to you by UW Health.


    Students from three Wisconsin colleges and three HBCUs presented their ideas to connect credit unions with communities of color.



    Madison’s mayor Paul Soglin is joining mayors from across the country to help rebuild Puerto Rico.



    The Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness is leading an effort to address the health of black infants.



    El Día de los Niños is celebrating 15 years!




    After a study committee decided not to change the names of two rooms named for Klan members, a student is filing a hate and bias report against the University of Wisconsin.


    CUNA Mutual Foundation announced a $500,000 grant to Madison-Area Urban Ministries’ Healing House.



    Madison College’s new south side campus got a big boost and accelerated timeline thanks to a major grant from Great Lakes Higher Education.



    Sabrina “Heymiss Progress” Madison made the Essence Magazine “Woke 100” list!



    Madison Mallards tickets go on sale today as the team shifts its roster strategy.




    Women in Focus, Inc, honored young scholars with “I Have a Dream” scholarships.

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