Week in Review for November 2


    Here are our most popular stories of the week, brought to you by American Family.

    Madison365 earned two national awards last week!




    Another teacher at Hamilton Middle School is on leave after allegedly using a racial slur.




    Meanwhile the Madison School Board has vowed to revisit the district’s “zero tolerance” policy on racial slurs.



    Ginger Ann Contreras is working on campus to connect STEM with street art.




    A new photo exhibit at Madison College celebrates Latino immigrant stories.




    The NAACP ACT-SO program helps African American students achieve excellence.



    Forward Madison FC announced that four of its core players are returning for 2020.




    ABC News veteran John Quiñones will headline the UW Diversity Forum.




    The Student Inclusion Coalition at the University of Wisconsin protested on campus and laid out five demands for greater equity.



    The entire community celebrated the long career of Edith Hilliard, who recently retired after 50 years of service.

    Keep watching Madison365.org and our Facebook page for the latest news from Madison’s communities of color. And don’t forget we’re a nonprofit, free-access news and information source, and All your donations will be doubled by the NewsMatch program until the end of the year! If you’re able, donate today!