Madison365 Week in Review for November 27


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    We published our fifth annual list of Wisconsin’s most influential Latino leaders this week.





    Beloit Memorial High School basketball players and parents spoke out after Janesville Parker students dressed in a “gangster” theme for a girls’ basketball game.




    Madison school officials are investigating after anti-Asian graffiti was found at Madison East High School during Hmong New Year.




    The Culture Collective pop-up shops are open on State Street, but it’s not been easy for a lot of the vendors. 




    Dane County reversed course and announced it would extend its mask mandate until January 3.




    The new Black Business Hub on Madison’s South Side got a big boost in the form of a million-dollar donation from Pleasant T. Rowland.



    The Dane County TimeBank has rebranded as Flywheel Skill Share.


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