Madison365 Week in Review for May 14


    Here are our most popular stories of the week.

    The Silver Lining Awards honored 20 people who continued to create art and build community during the pandemic.




    A federal investigation has confirmed that at least 11 so-called “Indian boarding schools” operated in Wisconsin.




    Madison hip-hop leader ShaH Evans is out with a new line of shoes.




    The inaugural Hmong Economic Advancement, Research and Equity conference is set for September in Eau Claire.




    The first-ever Hip-Hop Health Fair will take place Saturday in Grand Chute.




    Rock County Jumpstart and the Wisconsin Latino Chamber of Commerce have formed a partnership to support Latino-owned businesses.




    The Edgewood College School of Nursing awarded men’s health advocate Aaron Perry its Gloria Jones-Bey Partnership Award.




    The Ho-Chunk Nation and US Army signed an agreement to protect and preserve sacred land at Fort McCoy.




    A free baseball league aimed at Black youth will launch next month and is currently enrolling players and volunteers.




    A new music video will tell the stories of Indigenous survivors of domestic violence and raise awareness of missing and murdered indigenous women.



    Madison College named Dr. Damira Grady VP of equity and inclusion.




    UW unveiled the Divine Nine Plaza to recognize the nine historically Black fraternities and sororities.



    Dwayne Maddox has joined Old National Bank as VP and director of DEI programs.

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