Madison365 Week in Review for September 17


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    Oshkosh Mayor Lori Palmeri is running for State Assembly, hoping to hold the seat vacated by the retirement of Gordon Hintz for the Democrats.



    Gary Halverson, the Madison alder who briefly joined the Oath Keepers in 2020 has resigned.




    Longtime community advocate and Progress Center for Black Women founder Sabrina Madison announced she would seek to replace Halverson.



    The University of Wisconsin raised the Ho-Chunk Nation flag over Bascom Hall this week.




    A Madison filmmaker’s documentary short film on Indigenous chefs screened at the New York Latino Film Festival Friday.




    Madison Muslim activist and entrepreneur Masood Akhtar was honored at the White House Thursday.



    The local NAACP’s Freedom Fund dinner returns in October for the first time since 2019.




    The 14th annual Black Women’s Wellness Day is set for September 23 and 24.




    Law enforcement, education and community leaders gathered Monday to address juvenile justice.




    Verona’s school board became the first to formally adopt a resolution requiring the teaching of Asian American history and culture.



    A new exhibit at the Chazen Museum, called “Sifting and Reckoning,” grapples with the history of racism and bigotry on the UW campus. 

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