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RE: [MadisonLUChA] The Capital City Hues - January 28 Edition

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  • Clark-Bernhardt, Colleen
    Jonathan, Attached is our PDF for the upcoming Women and Minorities in Business Seminar. If you could please place it in your community calendar for upcoming
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 1, 2010
    Jonathan,
     
    Attached is our PDF for the upcoming Women and Minorities in Business Seminar.  If you could please place it in your community calendar for upcoming events.  We would like to place an ad closer to the seminar--by what date do you need copy.
     
    Best Regards,
    Colleen
     
     
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    From: MadisonLUChA@yahoogroups.com [mailto:MadisonLUChA@yahoogroups.com]On Behalf Of Jonathan Gramling
    Sent: Friday, January 29, 2010 5:34 PM
    To: Reflections
    Subject: [MadisonLUChA] The Capital City Hues - January 28 Edition

     

    Good Evening Everyone,

         In our January 28th issue available at free newspaper stands now, UW Professor Patrick Sims unveils his new one-person play 10 Perfect: A Lynching Survivor's Story that captures the essence of James Cameron’s life. Cameron founded the America’s Black Holocaust Museum in Milwaukee. Anst-Bidry Gelin talks about his native Haiti. We talk with Grammy-nominated Luciana Souza who will play the Wisconsin Union Theater February 12th. We continue our interview with jazz musician Hanah Jon Taylor about HyrPlasis. Our photojournalistic essay will highlight the King Holiday weekend. Lee Stanley will be coordinating Madison’s Mary Lou Williams Centennial Celebration. Latino students marched to the Capitol in support of the DREAM Act and ASAP Act. These are just a few of the stories in Your Capital City Hues.

        

        

    Take Care!

    Jonathan Gramling

    Publisher & Editor

    The Capital City Hues

    "The News for ALL of Madison"

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