Madison365 Week in Review for January 28


    Here are our most popular stories of the week, brought to you by the Madison Black Chamber of Commerce and its Madison Black Gala, coming up February 23!


    Madison Police Chief Shon Barnes denounced police brutality ahead of the release of the video of Memphis officers beating Tyre Nichols.



    UW professor Dr. Armando Ibarra was named Distinguished Alumnus of Cal State-Chico.




    Ascendium gave the Boys and Girls Club of Dane County’s McKenzie Regional Workforce Center a big boost in a $1.5 million donation.



    Maia Pearson is the new Mann Scholars Program coordinator.




    UW-Whitewater professor Nicholas Gulig is the new Wisconsin Poet Laureate.




    Prenicia Clifton’s “Black Girls Don’t” workshop this weekend will aim to empower girls to achieve beyond expectations.



    Residents of Kiel, Wisconsin have rebuked, at least for now, a far-right attempt to take over their school board.




    A new TIF district could spark $115 million in investment in South Madison.




    The Madison Public Library is offering free family photos with photographer Hedi Lamarr Rudd.

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