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Madison365 Week in Review for July 2


Here are our most popular stories of the week, brought to you by the Boys and Girls Club of Dane County’s White Party, featuring Gladys Knight, Dru Hill and much more July 16!

We published our third annual list of the state’s most influential Asian American leaders.


A Black artist’s work was vandalized at Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, and the museum’s response has raised questions.



Milwaukee officials are offering a $28,000 reward for information in the murder of Brazil Johson, a Black transgender woman.




Forward Community Investments announced $250,000 in Health Equity Grants.




The Black Men’s Coalition of Dane County youth baseball program got underway last weekend.




Lisa Berry has been named Head of School at Woodland Montessori.




American Players Theater is embracing diversity in its cast and its repertoire.




Eleven-year-old Kyric Burt is making her way as a lemonade entrepreneur.




Madisonians remembered Wayne Strong, who passed away unexpectedly last week, as a genuine community leader.



Anesis Family Therapy opened a new clinic on Madison’s west side.

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