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Madison365 Week in Review for September 3


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Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican Indians President Shannon Holsey will deliver the opening remarks at the Wisconsin Leadership Summit on Indigenous Peoples Day. 



Kyree Brooks will serve on an education panel and DJ the lunch hour.




In our Lasting Impacts series, we looked at how the pandemic has affected the arts in Wisconsin.




One City Schools opened its new campus to begin its expansion to serve all grades pre-k through 12.




The State of Wisconsin will provide five free at-home COVID tests to every household.




The Urban League of Greater Madison will host its second annual networking event September 7.




Affordable Dental Care is partnering with Madison Marathon for its fifth annual fundraising event.




Moms on a Mission returned to Madison East High School to support the students there.




Local physicians have launched a Wisconsin chapter of the Medical Organization for Latino Advancement.




A Madison church paid a voluntary tax to Wisconsin’s Indigenous Nations, and will do so every year.




Freedom, Inc has extended the deadline for its Black Queer Scholarship applications to September 5.



Madison Out of School Time honored 12 outstanding youth workers at an awards ceremony this week.

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