Madison365 Week in Review for June 11


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    The incomparable Gladys Knight will headline the Boys and Girls Club of Dane County’s annual All White Party fundraiser.




    Tensions between staff, board and community surrounding the search for a new executive director led most of the management team to resign.




    A UW study found that Black patients are half as likely as white patients to receive any treatment for pancreatic cancer.




    Madison Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway tested positive for COVID-19.




    An exodus of teachers from the Waukesha school district is attributed to racism and discrimination against LGBTQ people.




    Madison rapper Romey will headline Summerfest, performing with Chicago’s Lupe Fiasco.




    The fourth annual Gospel 5k is set for July 16, and will include a 10k and wheelchair option.




    Laura Piña has joined the Latino Academy of Workforce Development as workforce manager.




    Governor Tony Evers announced $1 million in employment training investments in Milwaukee.




    The fourth annual Sun Prairie Juneteenth celebration has expanded to two days.



    Forward Madison has signed former Vancouver Whitecaps defender Christian Dean.

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