Madison365 Week in Review for June 8


    Here are our most popular stories of the week, brought to you by BMO Harris Bank.

    On Real Talk with Henry Sanders, Kaleem Caire and M Adams debated “respectability politics” and how young people of color should address important issues.



    Home security video shows a Madison teenager being beaten by police. Madison Police Chief Mike Koval has launched an investigation.



    Sherman Avenue United Methodist Church will host a roundtable discussion on the morality of marijuana legalization on June 12



    Six local women have launched Roots4Change, the first local health care co-op owned entirely by immigrants.



    The Wiscorican food cart has become a popular spot for Puerto Rican cuisine.



    Madison comedian Esteban Touma will be featured in a Comedy Central showcase later this month.



    YWCA’s Women of Distinction Awards celebrated the accomplishments of eight local leaders and featured a keynote by Senator Tammy Baldwin.



    The United Way’s Journey Home Initiative will add an education element to improve the chances that formerly incarcerated people can succeed.

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