Madison365 Week in Review for September 23


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    Food activist Natasha Bowens will be visiting the University of Wisconsin’s campus to discuss her new book “The Color of Food: Stories of Race, Resilience, and Farming.



    Tonight, An Evening of Dreaming event, hosted by Centro Hispano, will feature performances, visual art and food from local artist.  



    La Follette High School’s Coach Green made the “Top 50” in competition for National “Most Valuable Coach” award.



    Opening of a New Job Center is delayed due to lack of contractors willing to put in bids for renovation.  



    Madison community responds to a memorial near James Madison Park that was defaced by swastikas and pro-Trump language.



    Madison Community Foundation’s Development Director, Angela Davis encourages optimism as she prepares for the foundation’s upcoming events.



    Community member T.S. Banks released her first book, a collection of poems, titled “Call Me Ill.”



    Latino Professionals Association hosted its “Building Our Legacy” reception to celebrate the many legacies of Madison’s Latino community.



    Dane County announces new initiative to provide legal representation to immigrants facing deportation.



    Madison College’s volleyball coach, Ashley Davis, has led the Wolfpack volleyball team to being ranked second in the nation.



    Forward Community Investment awards $3,000 Game Changer Grant to Milwaukee’s Fondy Park Public Art project.



    The Free Telegraph, a Republican backed media outlet accused of producing propaganda, frames Democrats negatively while shining positive light on GOP governors.



    “The Whoa Show,” a local sketch comedy show with diverse performers, garnered lots of attention, playing for back-to-back sold-out audiences.



    University of Wisconsin-Madison student and pianist Brianna Ware won Overture Center of the Arts’s Rising Star talent competition.



    Native American activist Wenona Wolf earns national 2017 “Native American 40 under 40” recognition.



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