Madison365 Week in Review for June 22


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    Sable Flames, Madison’s organization of Black firefighters, announced its annual scholarship recipients.




    The Madison school board named former teacher and administrator Dr. Jane Belmore as interim superintendent for the 2019-2020 school year.



    Saturday Night Library returns to the Lakeview Branch with activities every weekend for Northside teens.




    A Madison immigration attorney offered advice to immigrants as the Trump administration promises more ICE raids next week.




    Meanwhile, Madison’s mayor and Common Council leadership offered support to immigrants and the police chief said city police won’t cooperate with ICE.



    The tech nonprofit Maydm earned Forward Community Investments’ Game Changer Grant for the month of May.




    MAMA and UCAN will host a series of hip-hop shows featuring local artists this summer.




    The Ho-Chunk Nation’s digital library project celebrated its third year of work.




    Madison native Anisha Mack Blumenberg published a children’s book about giving.




    Madison native Dot McDonald and Milwaukee native Brandon “Champ” Robinson have created a TV drama set in Milwaukee, and are hoping to get it picked up by a network.



    MMoCA is hosting “Like a Hammer,” an exhibit of Native American artist Jeffry Gibson.




    The inaugural Madison Gospel 5k is set for July 20.





    An ethics complaint was filed over the Madison School Board vote to keep police in schools.




    The Madison College Goodman South Campus is taking shape and is set to open September 3.




    After watching the Netflix series “When They See Us,” Rev. Marcus Allen shared his harrowing story of being falsely arrested.




    Madison College administrator Ramon Ortiz earned a national fellowship for community college leaders.

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