Oct. 11 - Madison, WI: WNPJ's Annual Assembly will be held at Orchard Ridge United Church of Christ from 1-4:30 with awards banquet from 5-7. We will be honoring John Peck and Mary Beth Schlagheck with life-time achievement awards, as well as multiple other awardees. Our Assembly will be focused on overcoming racial disparities in incarceration. Please join us!
Enjoy these videos of the Solidarity Sing-Along, a member group of WNPJ.
Singing "Roll out the Recalls" in the Capitol rotunda, Solidarity Sing-Along becomes Solidarity Dance-Along. Video by Callen Harty.
Celebrating the Sesqicentennial Sing-Along at Capitol Brewery in Middleton. Video by Callen Harty.
At a special visit by Arlo Guthrie, the Sing-Along does a special Wisconsin version of Woodie Guthrie's "This Land is Your Land."
A beautifully done time-lapse video by Carrie Scherpelz condenses an entire sing-along into three minutes.
This video is from Friday, March 11, when police were still allowing sound systems into the building. This song may become the anthem of recall supporters everywhere!
This video shows the Raging Grannies attempting to pass through the Capitol's new security procedures. Each Granny is wanded by an officer after their political buttons set off the metal detectors. Afterward, the Grannies join the group in a special Wisconsin version of "This Land is Your Land."
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