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Wisconsin Native Vote is Hiring!

Wisconsin Native Vote is celebrating its 10 year anniversary. Our program continues to grow and now we’re hiring an Urban Native Vote Organizer to join our team!

Tone Madison article: Housing development within F-35 flight path expected to proceed

Check out this article in Tone Madison, written by Olivia R. Williams - researcher, writer, advocate, and practitioner working for the decommodification of land and housing. They received a PhD in Geography in 2017 from Florida State University with research on community land trusts (CLTs), and began working at Madison Area Community Land Trust as the executive director in 2020. Illustration by Andrew Mulhearn.

Winter issue of the Interfaith Peace Working Group Newsletter!

We're pleased to share with you the Winter issue of the Interfaith Peace Working Group Newsletter! We believe you will find the articles informative and useful for discussion and study in your congregation/synagogue/mosque or other local faith community. (see attached)

"Ubuntu" part of the "Let Kindness Win" series.

If the past few years have shown us anything it’s this: it’s time for us to rediscover the meaning of the Zulu word Ubuntu, “I am because we are.” I say rediscover because I have a firm belief that Ubuntu is rooted in every human being. It’s just that some of us have forgotten.

Mining Company still active near the Back 40 - Public input until the end of the month!

Check out this news story about permits to mine: "To put a metallic sulfide mine anywhere near the Menominee River is suicide for us all and for generations to come, " said Coalition supporter Mary Hansen." Coalition to SAVE the Menominee River

MREA is hiring!

Please help us spread the news: the Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA) is looking for an Energy Fair Assistant to join our team! 

Do you know someone who is passionate about event planning, community outreach, volunteer coordination, and sustainability? Please share this opportunity with them! 

Thanksgiving message from a WNPJ member group....

From Wisconsin Faith Voices for Justice:  This Thanksgiving, we are so grateful for all of you - for your passion and commitment to justice, for your advocacy, for your engagement in building community with people of other faiths and no faith, and for your ongoing support of our work!

Rittenhouse Case Cannot Be Allowed to Embolden More White Vigilantism

People across the globe have watched with deep concern since August 25, 2020 when Kyle Rittenhouse killed two men until this month when he was put on trial in Kenosha, Wisconsin. His murderous actions have been endorsed by a well-funded campaign to raise him to hero status.

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