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Madison365 Week in Review for July 31


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We published our second annual list of Wisconsin’s most influential Native American leaders this week.






Amid a surge in COVID cases, Public Health Madison & Dane County is recommending everyone wear masks indoors — even if vaccinated.



The Boys and Girls Club of Dane County will host MLB Pitch, Hit & Run events beginning this week.




Disability Pride Madison will hold a smaller gathering this weekend in lieu of its annual festival — but folks are still excited to get together.



Milestone Democratic School is ramping up for its second year with an enrollment event this weekend.




Sean Leavy has been named principal at Madison East High School.




The Latino Chamber of Commerce has launched a campaign to help businesses reopen safely.




CultivArte Colectivo will host its first Latinx arts festival on August 28.




Milwaukee native at UW alum Deshawn McKinney explores generational trauma and forgiveness in his first poetry collection.




Jamie Sims is the new athletic director at Middleton schools.




Elijah “EZ” Muhammad, in Madison for the Crossfit Games, took some time out for fun & fitness with some kids at Goodman Community Center.



The Brown County Ad-Hoc Committee on Racial Equity met Monday night, with members making the case that County leaders must have the political will to create change.



A new organization in Madison aims to welcome people of color into the sport of rock climbing.

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