Madison365 Week in Review for June 15


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    The Dynamic Badgerettes Dance Team will have its first performance of the summer at Saturday’s Juneteenth celebration in Penn Park.



    Goodman Center will host its second annual Juneteenth Soul Food Brunch next Saturday.




    Community activist Brandi Grayson has launched a new nonprofit, Urban Triage, to empower Black families.




    The Badgerland Council of Girl Scouts is offering significant financial assistance for camps and other programs to families with low income.



    A new coalition of nonprofit organizations has formed Food for Success to stock and manage food pantries in Madison schools.




    A Madison special education assistant was suspended last week after using a racial slur in a staff meeting.




    The Black Women’s Health and Wellness Center is more than halfway to raising the $100,000 it needs to launch.




    The  Annual Sánchez Scholars Celebration celebrated the accomplishments of dozens of Latino students.




    The Madison school board approved a new contract to keep police in high schools.




    Three more students graduated from the Mann Scholars program, which also announced four new scholars.

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