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Madison365 Week in Review for August 6


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Rashad Cobb has been named Citizen of the Year in Green Bay.




A white Appleton man was arrested in the assault of a Black woman.



BMO Harris Bank announced $650,000 in donations to three Black-led Madison organizations.



Retiring State Rep. Sondy Pope endorsed Verona City Council President Chad Kemp in the Democratic primary to take over her seat.



Darrin Madison hopes to inspire more civic engagement in others through his run to represent the 10th District in the State Assembly.



The Ho-Chunk Nation unanimously approved a resolution formally opposing a mining permit in a pristine natural area near Wausau.



In what organizer Aaron Perry called “an attempt to suppress the vote,” a vandal stole signs marking an early voting location intended for Black men.


The fifth annual Next Level Park Street Music Festival takes place this weekend.




The ninth annual Roll and Stroll next weekend aims to raise $100,000 for pancreas cancer research.




The seventh annual Black Restaurant Week is set for August 14-21.




The Black caucus of the Dane County Board has put forward a series of proposals to reduce racial disparities in the county jail.

Dane Dances kicks off its 23rd season this weekend.

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