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Week in Review for May 22


Here are our most popular stories of the week, brought to you by Catholic Multicultural Center.

A protest Sunday will call for the release of Jimmie Joshua, whose hip was broken by Dane County deputies in December.




The Ripple Project is seeking diverse applications to produce humanities programming in Dane County libraries.




Northwestern Mutual has launched an investment program for Black-owned startups.




A book highlighting the murals that adorned downtown Madison last summer won several international awards this week.




A new website will preserve those murals and spark discussion on what they mean.




UW Hospital has added hair care products specifically for Black patients.



One City School has added Judy McNeal to its administrative team.




Dane County will end all COVID restrictions June 2.




The Wisconsin Department of Health Services has established a new Office of Health Equity.




Demonstrators rallied in Madison in support of Palestinians last weekend.




Forward Madison returned to Breese Stevens Field with a dramatic last-minute victory.




The game-winning goal was named Goal of the Week in USL League One.



The club will move toward full capacity in the stadium beginning in June.

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