Madison365 Week in Review for November 24


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    An emotional community forum addressed the fallout from the September ICE raids that hit Madison and Wisconsin.



    Friday was declared Ho-Chunk Day in the City of Madison, and the resolution introduced in the Ho-Chunk language.



    The incoming Evers administration is looking to staff up, and has engaged a diverse group to help.




    The largest grant in the Literacy Network’s history will help adult education on Madison’s South Side.




    Ed Lee of the Urban League of Greater Madison earned the Jeffrey Clay Erlanger Award in Public Discourse.



    For the first time the Boys and Girls Club hosted two Give Thanks Community Dinners.




    Centro Hispano’s scholarship program has grown so much that it needed its own event this year.




    Madison’s first-ever professional soccer team will be known as Forward Madison FC.




    A proposal to rename the Milwaukee post office after Vel Phillips has passed the Senate and only awaits President Trump’s signature.



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