Madison365 Week in Review for January 15


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    Wisconsin Public Radio will offer special programming for Martin Luther King Jr Day on Monday as the annual state ceremony has been canceled.




    What started as the Multicultural Communication Committee to bring COVID information to marginalized communities in Appleton has grown into a full-fledged nonprofit addressing racial equity.




    Will Green, Vanessa McDowell and Michael Johnson will be honored with the City-County Martin Luther King, Jr Humanitarian Awards.


    Dr. Debbie Jones will keynote the Madison Links forum on kidney disease.




    A former Madison news anchor went viral and go an outpouring of support after a viewer accused her of being “very Asian.”




    Free N95 and KN95 masks are available at the Boys and Girls Club of Dane County’s Allied Drive location this week and next.




    Credit card debt and delinquency are both down due to the pandemic.




    Dane County has launched a study of accessibility and inclusion in County Parks and Henry Vilas Zoo.




    Dr. Christina Outlay is the new executive director of the IT education organaization Maydm.




    Forward Madison signed former Atlanta United midfielder Andrew Wheeler-Omiunu.



    The University of Wisconsin announced two new deputy athletic directors, Mitchell Pinta and Marcus Sedberry.

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