Week in Review for July 2


    mil_foundation_logoHere are our most popular stories of the week, brought to you by the Milwaukee Brewers Community Foundation.

    colleagues-437024_960_720We added more job listings — check them out or pass the link along to anyone you know looking for work!




    Brandi-June-2016Local leaders, including former police chief David Couper, had some strong words for current chief Mike Koval.




    P_REALOmega023Reporter Mia Sato showed how graduation is only the beginning for Omega School students.


    P_EverettMitchell023Rep. Mark Pocan and many other community leaders demanded action on gun control.





    P_John-Steines-longhouse-01Arts writer Jennie Gao explored the new art installation on the East Side, modeled on Native American long houses, focused on becoming “intentionally welcoming.”



    P_BlackLIvesMatter09332Four UW graduate students want to broaden the view of racism on campus.



    arguing-1296392_960_720Pastor Josh MIller lamented Madison’s “politics of shame.”



    In other news …

    The Root columnist Charles Ellison responded to the polls showing both Trump and Clinton supporters have trouble with African Americans

    The judge who gave Stanford swimmer Brock Turner a 6-month sentence for sexual assault sentenced a Latino to three years for the same crime.

    NewsOne has a profile of the anti-Trump “Make America Native Again” campaign.

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