Madison365 Week in Review for July 13


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    At the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) national convention in Milwaukee, president Domingo Garcia vowed to sue the Trump administration over plans to collect data on non-citizens.



    Youth members of LULAC led a protest march to the office of Sen. Ron Johnson.




    Nehemiah Center hosted a group of African scholars through a UW-Madison partnership.




    This weekend’s Art Fair on the Square will feature nearly 500 artists and draw as many as 200,000 patrons.




    The seventh annual Disability Pride Madison is set for July 27.




    Madison Ballet is hosting guest artist Darwin Black, a dancer, choreographer and arts advocate from Los Angeles.




    The 14th annual LUCES Scholarships will honor outstanding Latinx students next weekend.




    The Madison School Board has opened the application process to appoint a new board member to replace Mary Burke, who resigned last week.



    The new Inside Stories podcast will explore Madison and its people, one story at a time.




    Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett appointed Hispanic Professionals of Greater Milwaukee CEO Griselda Aldrete to head the Police and Fire Commission.



    Gov. Tony Evers appointed longtime educator Darrell Williams to head the Division of Emergency Management.

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