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Madison365 Week in Review for February 12


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On Wednesday, protesters demanded answers in the Feb. 3 police shooting of Quadren Wilson in Madison.




Friday, authorities said 21 officers from five agencies were involved in the arrest, with two state officers firing and wounding Wilson.




The Wisconsin Women of Color Network will honor Dana Warren with a Lifetime Community Service Award in March.




Grammy-nominated singer Deborah Cox will headline this weekend’s Heart and Soul scholarship fundraiser.




Jamie Sims will be the first-ever principal at the new Sun Prairie West High School.




Dr. Sagashus Levingston has another book coming out, titled Covet: the “Disrespectful” Health and Wellness Journal.




A University of Wisconsin wrestler responded this week to racist taunts thrown by Iowa fans last weekend.




The Stoughton School Board pushed for “a sense of urgency” around incidents of racism in the schools. 




The Scholars of Promise program will host an “Apply Day” at Madison College’s south campus on March 1.



Madison Community Foundation development director Angela Davis will move to the organizations grantmaking team in April.

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