Madison365 Week in Review for April 30


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    Madison Metropolitan School District announced Monday that all schools will display plaques acknowledging the Ho-Chunk heritage of the Madison area.




    The rapidly expanding Dear Diary program will host its HER Space Brunch on Sunday.




    At its annual strategic update, Centro Hispano introduced its campaign to build a new home on Madison’s south side.




    Oneida’s Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women awareness walk is set for Saturday, May 7.




    Anesis Family Therapy has named Nancy Gomez to lead its new Latino-focused mental health initiative.




    NBA Legend Dwayne Wade will deliver the commencement address at Marquette University, and actor Anthony Mackie will do the same for Lawrence University.



    Michael Ford was named a Young Architect of the Year for Wisconsin.




    Cherokee Heights Middle School principal Dr Anuradha Ebbe was honored as Wisconsin secondary principal of the year.




    UW environmental justice Professor Monica White is a 2022 Carnegie Fellow.




    A ceramic sculpture exhibit examining and celebrating Black hair is open at Madison College.



    Jenny Van Sickle became the first Indigenous City Council president in Superior last week.

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