Madison365 Week in Review for November 16


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    This weekend’s Madison Links Jazz Brunch scholarship fundraiser sold out for the first time ever.



    A Black-owned developer got the nod for a $41-million project on South Park Street in Madison.



    A former white supremacist and a man who lost his father in a racially-motivated shooting spoke together on hate, extremism and forgiveness at The Crossing Campus Ministory this week.



    Beloved Native American activist Ada Deer will discuss her memoir on Nov. 19.




    Hundreds of students marched on the Capitol in support of DACA and Dreamers.




    Governor Tony Evers signed a major executive order to commit state government to increasing equity and reducing disparities.



    Madison Oriental Market held a grand reopening ceremony at its Northside location.



    UW Madison’s Muslim Student Association hosted a Muslims Got Talent showcase last weekend.

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