Madison365 Week in Review: September 24


    madisonclg_logo_hrz_2c_4Here are our most popular stories of the week, brought to you by Madison College.


    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!

    dsc_1693Madison Mayor Paul Soglin plans to reintroduce a ban on sleeping on downtown sidewalks after 7 am, even though the Common Council rejected the same proposal earlier this week. Soglin said yesterday it’s not really about sleeping.


    Photo by Sugar Free Photography
    Photo by Sugar Free Photography

    Now’s your chance to vote for the Madison Hip Hop Awards!





    p_runningbacksSome of the biggest names in Badger football history — Ron Dayne, Brian Calhoun and Terrell Fletcher — came together for a panel discussion as part of the Morning Sports Report.



    worker-659884_960_720Kaleem Caire and Marcus Miles are hosting the Premiere Black Male Photo Shoot next Sunday to highlight the wide range of men in the community.



    p_fiesta01Centro Hispano’s annual Fiesta Hispana will bring families together tomorrow.




    Dr. Shawn Robinson
    Dr. Shawn Robinson

    Madison365 editor Dave Dahmer sat down with Dr. Shawn Robinson, who couldn’t read until he was 18 but now works to change the narrative around black men and dyslexia.




    Terrence Crutcher with his family
    Terrence Crutcher with his family

    Columnist Matthew Braunginn wonders just what it’s going to take before white people take “modern lynchings” seriously.




    p_downtown-milwaukee-imageState Senator Lena Taylor says we can’t build Milwaukee up by first tearing it down.



    In other news …

    The police officer who shot and killed Terence Crutcher has been charged with first-degree manslaughter.

    The family of Keith Scott, shot and killed by police in Charlotte, North Carolina, released cell phone video of the moments leading up to the killing recorded by his wife.

    A federal court ruled that banning dreadlocks in the workplace is not discrimination.

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