Madison365 Week in Review for March 27


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    Madison365 and the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center announced a full-time health reporting internship.




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    Rev. Dr. Alex Gee was the guest on Real talk with Henry Sanders.




    In Monona, Kristie Goforth is looking to become the first Native American mayor in state history. A supporter of her opponent implied in a Facebook post that she’s not truly Native American.



    The Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness welcomed Christin Calloway as its new programs and policy manager.




    The organization also got a $1 million donation from Mary Burke’s Fund for Girls and Women. 




    GIRLS’BIZ teen entrepreneurs earned $500 to donate to Madison nonprofit FOSTER.




    La Revo Books aims to bring diverse literary titles to south Milwaukee readers.




    The Badgers have hired former Dallas Cowboys running backs coach Gary Brown.




    Forward Madison re-signed captain Connor Tobin.




    The Madison Mavericks semi-pro basketball team will begin play in the Official Basketball Association next month.



    One City Schools will expand through high school thanks to a $12 million donation.

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