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Madison365 Week in Review for March 13


Here are our most popular stories of the week, brought to you by ConnectBlack, the new directory of Black-owned businesses.

EQT By Design founder Annette Miller was Henry Sanders’ guest on Real Talk.




Just Bakery coordinator Carmella Glenn was the guest on Black Oxygen.





Madison365 and Park Bank announced ConnectBlack, a directory of Black-owned businesses.



Michael Jones is the new president of the Madison teachers’ union.





The Madison Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta sorority is holding a 22-day fundraiser for clean water in Africa.



People with a range of health conditions will become eligible for COVID vaccine March 29.





UW Foundation’s new development director, Daniel Sims, is looking to engage new donors.






A bill to deregulate natural hair braiding passed out of committee this week.







PBS Wisconsin debuted a new digital series, “Why Race Matters.





The Hmong Institute held a free vaccine clinic for Hmong and Southeast Asian elders.





Thomas Gibson is the new chancellor at UW-Stevens Point.





With a new video series, the Latino Chamber of Commerce looks to encourage Latino entrepreneurs.

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