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WASHINGTON, DC—Rachel’s Network announced the awardees and finalists of its third annual Catalyst Award. The award honors women leaders of color for their commitment to a healthy planet, and provides them with a cash prize, networking opportunities, and national recognition for their work. Congratulations to Huda Alkaff, Wisconsin Green Muslims, Milwaukee, WI

Spotlight on a WNPJ Member Group - Wisconsin Democracy Campaign

Founded in 1995, the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign is a nonprofit, nonpartisan watchdog group dedicated to clean government, where people matter more than money. We track money in politics on our unique public database. We write about issues of money and politics on our website. And we advocate for campaign finance reform and other policies that will make real the promise of democracy.

#Warm4Holidays Challenge!

Attention crafty people! Join in on this challenge #Warm4Holidays created by renowned prison abolitionist Mariame Kaba and author of We Do This ‘Til We Free Us: Abolitionist Organizing and Transformative Justice.

Shop with a heart at Madison's Fair Trade Holiday Festival Dec. 4th!

Don't miss this opportunity to shop for a a great assortment of Palestinian products including embroidery, ceramics, jewelry, wood products, olive oil, olive oil soap, spices, kuffiyeh scarves, calendars and more offered by MRSCP, Playgrounds for Palestine-Madison and Palestine Partners. The Festival offers hundreds of fairly-traded, international products for you to choose from--the handiwork of weavers, knitters, metal-workers, wood-carvers, and creative artists from around the world.

SPOTLIGHT on a WNPJ member group - with a new name: Flywheel Skill Share

Flywheel Skill Share is an interconnected community in which meaningful relationships drive collective change.   Flywheel Skill Share uses an antiracist and restorative justice lens in Dane County to connect people in sharing time and talents to meet needs, improve systems, and address community issues. More about this group – their upcoming events and Action Alerts - follow....

Spotlight on the WNPJ member group First Unitarian Society - Madison

YOU ARE WELCOME HERE. We are a community of doubters, believers, thinkers, and seekers. We celebrate and embrace the diversity of the human experience, whether it’s in ideas, beliefs, ethnicity, race, gender, gender identity, abilities, socioeconomic status, or sexual orientation. All who are searching with an open mind, a loving heart and generous spirit are welcome here. If you’re looking for a community of fellow travelers to accompany you on your spiritual and ethical journey, First Unitarian Society is a place for you.

Spotlight on the WNPJ member group, Families for Justice of Dane County

Families for Justice is a network of people working to dismantle white supremacy through multi-generational community organizing and direct action. This week we're talking about: A return to the conversation about Police-free schools, Re-Thinking Thanksgiving and 'real rent" , and urging all to see the Broom Street Theater production of "Geneology".  More information below...

Rev. Bryan Massingale receives the 2021 Teacher of Peace Award from Pax Christi

CONGRATULATIONS to Rev. Bryan Massingale for receiving the Pax Christi 2021 Teacher of Peace Award for his work on  racism and white privilege.  Read his insightful acceptance article in The Peace Current Newsletter, in which he calls "white nationalism the greatest threat to peace." 

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