Madison365 Week in Review for June 24


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    On this week’s episode of Real Talk, Percy Brown Jr. looks at MLK’s final challenge to the Black community, and whether or not we’re living up.

    Koenig-HayesNo Badgers got drafted into the NBA. but two did sign contracts — Nigel Hayes with the New York Knicks and Bronson Koenig with the Milwaukee Bucks.



    P_SheliaStubbs01A resolution to rename the City-County Building after President Obama isn’t getting much support.



    DavidClarkeTurns out, Sheriff David Clarke will be staying in Milwaukee.




    Teejop Hocira Community Center (1)WebThe Ho-Chunk Nation opened a new community center in Madison.



    free_meals_1497911753823_7206356_ver1.0_640_360Madison kids — and their parents — can get free lunch all summer at sites around the city.



    P_MiriamMaldonado02Mariam Maldonado is settling into a new role at the Urban League of Greater Madison.



    P_FIC24The Common Council approved $75,000 to start to work on gun violence issues.



    P_DanyelleWright02Danyelle Wright is the new Dean of Students at Sun Prairie Schools.



    ENS_062017_LuckettTwo deacons in Milwaukee, with help from their clergy colleagues, have been trying to bring peace to Milwaukee through prayer on the streets.



    Fana1New York dancer Fana Tesfagiorigis returned to her roots at Madison Ballet.



    DSC_0188The Boys and Girls Clubs of Dane County will leverage more than $500,000 to keep kids occupied and positive this summer.



    P_HiddenVoices02“Hidden Voices” will highlight three local African American women writers, who will in turn highlight three other African American women writers, at Hawthorne Library this afternoon.



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