Madison365 Week in Review for September 28


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    The family of a boy who was beaten by police in June plans to sue the city of Madison for $2.8 million.




    The Air Force has extended the deadline for public comments on the stationing of new F35 fighters in Madison to November 1.




    La Movida’s ninth annual Hispanic Heritage Luncheon will honor several local Latino leaders.




    The 11th annual Black Women’s Wellness Day drew the largest crowd yet.




    Former Madison deputy mayor and current school board president Gloria Reyes has launched a private security consulting firm focussed on community engagement.




    The Latino Professionals Association’s “Building Our Legacy” Conference is set for Sept 30 – Oct 1.




    The Boys and Girls Club of Dane County landed a million-dollar donation to help build their new facility in Sun Prairie.




    Edith Hilliard has retired from the Goodman Community Center after 50 years.




    Housing and after school opportunities were the hot topics at the South Side town hall last weekend.




    Dr. Willie Larkin has been named Chief of Staff and Diversity Officer at Edgewood College.




    An open house at the Wisconsin Historical Museum highlighted the history of Latinos in the state.



    Centro Hispano’s 30th annual gala captured the “Esperanza” of the community.

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