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Friday, August 12, 2022 Two committees of the Dane County Board have recommended denial of a plan from the Black Caucus to keep the jail project under budget. On the podcast today, we have the breakdown of that proposal and next steps.
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Friday, August 12, 2022 Two committees of the Dane County Board have recommended denial of a plan from the Black Caucus to keep the jail project under budget. On the podcast today, we have the breakdown of that proposal and next steps.
Thursday, August 11, 2022 A big honor for a Madison-native soccer star, research into emergency dementia care and COVID numbers continuing to improve.
Wednesday, August 10, 2022 On the podcast today, a recap of yesterday's primary results, plus a Back 2 Skool block party this weekend, another big boost for the Center for Black Excellence and Culture, and improving COVID stats.
Tuesday, August 9, 2022 It's election day! Plus, two back-to-school events and funding for mental health in schools.  Stories from today's episodes: https://madison365.com/end-time-ministries-international-gives-away-more-than-1000-backpacks-at-back-2-school-event/ https://madison365.com/as-summer-activities-wind-down-black-girl-magic-kick-off-event-will-get-girls-ready-for-new-school-year/ https://madison365.com/dane-county-awards-five-school-districts-over-265000-to-increase-mental-health-staffing/
Monday, August 8, 2022 We have new leadership at two important community organizations. Plus, it's Madison Comedy Week!
Friday, August 5, 2022 Darrin Madison is running for State Assembly in Milwaukee, Rashad Cobb is Citizen of the Year in Green Bay, and COVID stats are improving.
Thursday, August 4, 2022 An early voting location at a Black men's health center had its signage stolen in what director Aaron Perry calls clear voter suppression. Plus, the Ho-Chunk Nation has officially opposed a mining permit in Central Wisconsin and COVID stats are slightly better, at least for the day.
Wednesday, August 3, 2022 On the pod today: an update on the case of a Appleton man in jail for an assualt on a Black woman, a series of proposals from the Dane County Board's Black Caucus to reduce disparities in the jail, and Black Restaurant Week coming soon!
Tuesday, August 2, 2022 An Appleton man was arrested after an assault on a Black woman, Dane Dances begins its 23rd season Friday, and COVID hospitalizations are the highest we've seen in months.
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