Madison365 Week in Review for October 8


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    We recently launched our NEW job listings — the job listings are now searchable! Check them out or pass the link along to anyone you know looking for work!

    steinjohnsonMadison365 associate publisher Robert Chappell made the case that third-party voting is the height of white privilege.



    p_onecityeventThe “Real Men of Madison” gathered at the state capitol for a photoshoot to support early childhood education.




    VoterA report found that DMV workers have been giving incorrect voter ID information.




    jenmoyEconomist Jennifer Leavitt-Moy answered our 12 questions.






    myyomy_portraitMadison365 publisher Henry Sanders talked to entrepreneur Valerie Daniels-Carter ahead of her appearance at the Imagine Madison dinner to benefit A Fund For Women.





    P_LatinoArtFair093The Latino Art Fair opened yesterday at Overture Center for the Arts.





    p_freedomfund0234The Annual Freedom Fund Banquet is set for October 28, with the theme “Our Lives Matter, Our Votes Count.




    p_nativeamericanThe City of Madison declared October 10 — traditionally known as Columbus Day — to be Indigenous Peoples Day.



    In other news …

    Luke Cage, the TV show about a bulletproof black man that debuted last Friday, is so popular that it might have broken Netflix.

    A black man’s epic note to his passive-aggressive white neighbors went absolutely viral this week.

    A study of police in the US and the UK found that body cameras led to a 93 percent decrease in complaints against police.

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