Madison365 Week in Review for February 2


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    Two big honors for Madison365 this week: InBusiness Magazine named founder Henry Sanders was named Executive of the Year, and the Madison Alumnae Chapter of Delta Theta Sigma Sorority honored us with the Community Impact Award.




    An innovative statewide education conference will focus on improving outcomes for Black students.




    A film and panel discussion with the producer Tuesday will bring focus back to the
    often-forgotten threat of nuclear war.




    Agrace Diversity Manager Brenda Gonzalez has joined the National Hospice Diversity Council.




    Two Ho-Chunk sisters are working to encourage healthy pregnancies through an online exercise guide.




    The University of Wisconsin will hold its 11th annual reception to honor distinguished women of color among the faculty.




    The Boys and Girls Club of Dane County will host its 10th annual Hearts for Helping fundraiser.




    A new Afro-fusion restaurant, Kingdom, is now open on the North Side.





    Luna’s Groceries opened in the Allied Drive neighborhood this week, in an area that’s been a food desert for ten years.




    The Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce will host job fairs across the state in the coming weeks.




    Reports of long lines and confusion over voter ID rules were the most common concerns in a report on voting in the midterms in November.

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