Madison365 Week in Review for November 9


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    Today’s “I’m Every Woman” event will help to uplift women in transition at the Beacon shelter.




    The Dane County Board of Supervisors approved funding for affordable housing projects in several communities.




    A new plaque on the UW campus acknowledges the Ho-Chunk heritage of the land where the university now stands.




    A UW Odyssey Project fundraiser raised over $200,000 for educational access programs.




    Yusef Salaam of the “Central Park 5” shared his experience of wrongful conviction at Madison College.




    After 20 years of moving up the ladder at American Family, Justin Cruz recently took another big step.




    A new report shows Milwaukee to be the worst city in the country for Black people.





    A Milwaukee man has been charged with a hate crime after allegedly attacking a Latino man with acid.




    A Black-owned business claimed racial profiling at Novel Coworking.





    ABC News host John Quiñones told his story and urged building bridges, not walls, at the UW Diversity Forum.




    East High School’s Raza United is hosting its fifth annual Día de los Muertos celebration this weekend.




    A Madison physician is a finalist for Amazon’s Woman-Owned Business of the Year for “Nerdbugs,” her line of medical plush toys.

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