Madison365 Week in Review for October 12


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    The 12th annual Alpha Kappa Alpha “Walk it Out” health fair takes place this weekend.




    Friday’s matchup between Madison East and La Follette football teams was a sibling rivalry as well.




    The Justified Anger Community Potluck is set for Sunday at James Madison Memorial High School.




    A new report finds that more than half of Madison students in advanced placement classes are white while only 11 percent are black.




    Forward Madison FC earned a playoff spot with a 1-0 road win over Lansing and will take on top-seeded North Texas SC Saturday night.



    Kattia Jimenez is one of a growing number of small family farmers getting into the burgeoning hemp business.




    Governor Tony Evers declared Monday Indigenous People’s Day for the state of Wisconsin.




    Painter and muralist Jenie Gao celebrated the grand opening of her new studio downtown Madison.




    The State Legislature’s Black and Latino Roundtable focused on immigration and incarceration reform.

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