Madison365 Week in Review for January 7


    Here are our most popular stories of the week.

    Kay LeClaire, a prominent leader of Madison’s Indigenous arts community, was revealed as white.



    The Madison Black Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for its gala awards.


    Folklorist Dr. Langston Wilkins recently joined the faculty at UW, where he explores the cultural importance of hip-hop.



    Madison365 publisher and CEO Henry Sanders will keynote Appleton’s MLK Day celebration.




    The “We’re Off to a Good Start” Black men’s health program gets underway for the seventh year on January 21.


    Maidoua Thao was named Hmong Consortium’s “Woman of the Year,” and hopes to bring strength and unity to her community.



    Goodman Foundation has committed $250,000 to help Centro Hispano build its new home.




    The MLK College Readiness and Success Summit is set for next weekend at Madison College.




    Black Girl Magic’s swim lesson program gets underway this weekend.

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