Madison365 Week in Review for January 12


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    Applications for the Personalized Pathways program are now open.




    The second annual MLK College Readiness Success Summit will help students find resources for college.




    Women In Focus will hold their annual I Have a Dream Ball to raise money for scholarships.



    The first candidate forum in Madison’s race for mayor focused on racial disparities and community integration.



    The Progress Center for Black Women held its first monthly Community Coworking Day.



    Free Bikes 4 Kidz will hold its biggest-ever donation event Saturday, Jan. 12.



    Judge Nia Trammell was appointed Deputy Secretary of Safety and Professional Services.



    Dr. John Diamond was named the Kellner Family Distinguished Chair in Urban Education.



    Centro Hispano continued its longstanding tradition of celebrating El Día de los Tres Reyes.



    Community Shares of Wisconsin welcomed seven new member organizations.



    Walk the Capitol for Black Women’s Health” kicked off this week.




    The Inaugural Kids Gala at Madison Children’s Museum got young people engaged in the excitement over welcoming a new governor.



    State Rep. Shelia Stubbs was sworn in as the first African American to represent Dane County in the state legislature.



    Diversity and inclusion consultant Deborah Biddle is joining the Verona School  Board.

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