Madison365 Week in Review for September 24


    Here are our most popular stories of the week, brought to you by American Players Theatre.

    A new survey finds that Dane County falls short in workplace diversity and equity.




    A DCI agent has been charged with recklessly endangering safety in the shooting of Quadren Wilson.




    Voces de la Frontera opened an office in Green Bay.




    The inaugural Midwest Preaching Summit is set for October in Madison.



    The Snack Sack, a mutual aid organization started at the beginning of the pandemic, has become a nationwide effort serving thousands of families.



    Wayne Strong was posthumously honored with the Rev. Wright Human Rights Award.




    The Pleasant T. Rowland Foundation committed $1 million to Centro Hispano’s new building.



    Former Madison Poet Laureate Oscar Mireles is one of this year’s UW-Oshkosh Distinguished Alumni.

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