Madison365 Week in Review for February 8


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    On Real Talk with Henry Sanders, United Way of Dane County CEO Renee Moe talked about what United Way does, work-life balance and leading as an Asian American woman.


    Wisconsin Golden Gloves is returning to the Madison area March 13 and 14.




    Blackout, an all-Black improv troupe from Minnesota, is performing in Madison Saturday night.




    The University of Wisconsin men’s basketball strength coach resigned after using racist language.




    The YWCA is seeking nominations for its Women of Distinction awards.




    The Madison Black Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for its third annual business awards.




    The Mann Scholars program celebrated its first PhD — Dr. Alisa King, who earned her doctoral degree from the University of Illinois.



    The grand opening of the new Black Women’s Health and Wellness Center made history last weekend.




    Dane County’s Youth Government program is now accepting applications.




    Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes joined Wisconsin’s Legislative Black Caucus to launch Black History Month. 



    Award-winning author Marlon James will speak in Madison on Feb 13.

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