Madison365 Week in Review for May 28


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    Marlen Gongora has joined the Madison365 team as a health reporting intern.




    The 10th annual Heal the Hood Block Party is happening this weekend in Milwaukee.




    Midwest Mujeres is hosting its second financial wellness workshop Friday.




    Dr. Derek Johnson has been named the inaugural senior director of inclusion, equity and diversity at UW’s Engineering Student Center.



    The pandemic was a “wake-up call” for Indigenous nations and their reliance on gaming revenue.




    The Center for Black Excellence and Culture secured a $2.5 million pledge from Ascendium Education Group.




    Dr. Percival Matthews is the new associate dean for equity, diversity and inclusion at the UW School of Education.




    A new children’s book is out now, based on the life and legacy of Prince and illustrated by Madison artist Annik Dupaty.




    The Kweweg Indigenous Culture Church aims to create a space to preserve Indigenous culture and educate others.



    Dr. Silvia Romero Johnson has been named assistant superintendent for teaching and learning at the Middleton Cross Plains Area School District.

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