Central WI

Building Unity - Stevens Point

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Have you heard about the new movement that just got started in Wisconsin called Building Unity
Building Unity is a collection of progressive networks, faith organizations, civic organizations, and other groups and individuals with the goal of organizing all of us in Wisconsin who believe in freedom, justice, democracy, sustainability, and peace. Like you, we stand for progressive causes like ending racial disparities, ending mass incarceration, immigration reform, and moving toward economic justice for all.

Film & Discussion about Gaza: Where Should the Birds Fly

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On Sunday, June 11, 2017, from  2  - 4 p.m. in Wausau there will be a film showing and discussion about Gaza. This will be at the First Unitarian Church, 504 Grant Street, located near downtown between N 5th street and N 6th street. 
Where Should The Birds Fly is the first film about Gaza made by Palestinians living the reality of Israel’s siege and blockade of this tiny enclave.   It is the story of two young women, survivors of Israel’s Operation Cast Lead.

WNPJ's Pancakes for Peace The Energy Fair in Custer

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Pancakes for Peace
The Energy Fair in Custer

Connecting Faith, Environmental Justice and Sustainability - Stevens Point

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In celebration of Earth Week..

Making Democracy Work in Wisconsin - Waupaca

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Monday, May 1: Making Democracy Work in Wisconsin -- Waupaca, 6:30 PM. Waupaca Area Public Library, 107 South Main Street. Sponsored by the Winchester Academy.

Prayer Vigil on Inauguration Day - Juneau

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Plan to join faith leaders from around the country who will spend part of Inauguration Day in Juneau, Wisconsin. As a new Administration starts in Washington DC, a renewed commitment to resist hatred, division and cruel policy choices will be inaugurated on:
Friday, January 20, 2017 
3:00 pm
Dodge County Detention Facility
216 W.

Public Hearing - Richfield Dairy CAFO Permit Renewal

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Midwest Environmental Advocates filed a lawsuit on behalf of citizens in Kewaunee County who are defending waste discharge permit conditions on one of many large CAFOs in the area.  These simple monitoring conditions were imposed by an administrative law judge, but were overruled nearly a year later by DNR Secretary Stepp.  A circuit court said this summer that Stepp was procedurally out of line and that the conditions were permissible, but the DNR and CAFO appealed.

Nov 15 #NoDAPL - Stevens Point

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