Madison365 Week in Review for August 25


    Here are our most popular stories of the week, brought to you by the Wisconsin Leadership Summit. Madison365 and the Ho-Chunk nation invite you to the first-ever event of its kind – registration is now open!

    We published our third annual list of the state’s most powerful Latinos. These are amazingly accomplished people doing great work in education, business, government and non-profits. They’ll all be invited to the Wisconsin Leadership Summit in October — and you can join them!


    For the I Am Madison project, supported by Madison Community Foundation, we looked back at the Dow Chemical protests on campus, the newspaper strike of 1977 and a century of Latino migration into Wisconsin.



    Later today the Library Mall will be taken over by beats and bars For the Love of Hip Hop.




    The Wisconsin Women’s Network honored Ada Deer with the Helen Marks-Dicks Excellence in Advocacy Award.




    Three big events are coming tomorrow:

    At the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute Banquet, Dr. Kwame Salter urged people to question to very idea of being a “minority.”




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