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Watch the Videos: Hundreds Gather in Madison to Protest the F-35's!

  

MADISON, Wis. — After more than a year of advocating exclusively online, a local group took their protest Saturday back to the streets. Organizers from Safe Skies Clean Water Wisconsin led a group of about 100 protesters to Truax Field.

Learn about the Koshkonong Solar Energy Center project in Dane County

We at 350 Madison urge you (and anyone you may know who is a proponent of clean energy!) to learn about the Koshkonong Solar Energy Center project in Dane County. If approved, it is anticipated that this 300 megawatt generation facility will be operational in 2024 and will include 165 megawatts of battery storage in order to aid in grid reliability. This scale of clean energy generation and storage is unprecedented in the Midwest and would be a massive stepping stone in reducing Dane County’s carbon footprint!

Worker Justice Wisconsin is hiring a Faith Outreach and Social Media Coordinator. June 26, 2021

See attachment to learn more about the position and application process:

WISCONSIN FAITH VOICES FOR JUSTICE SEEKS PART-TIME REGIONAL DIRECTOR FOR GREATER MILWAUKEE AREA

Wisconsin Faith Voices for Justice is an interfaith non-partisan organization based in Madison, Wisconsin.  WFVJ draws on the wisdom, courage, and strength of our various faith traditions to advance the common good.

Madison Raging Grannies get WSJ front page coverage on June 21!

 

Hundreds of musicians of all ages, amateurs and professionals, playing everything from classical to experimental music, serenaded passers at more than 100 venues Monday as part of the annual Make Music Madison. The event takes place on the day of the summer solstice.

Mass March for Driver’s Licenses & Citizenship - walking from Milwaukee to Madison this week

 
  • Sunday, June 20 at 9:00 a.m. (and beyond)

Join Voces de La Frontera for their

Mass March for Driver’s Licenses & Citizenship : Day 9 of 9

 

Celebrate Freedom June 19th

 

Polk County Board Gets Whiff of “Sacrifice Zones” - Miles protests CAFO's

Mike Miles is a farmer/activist who is determined to educate the County Board about the dangers of hog factories coming into the region. By his estimation, the complete inaction of the Board on this issue has extended an open invitation to global animal factory conglomerates to set up shop in Polk County. (photo from Facebook; updates available, too:  https://www.facebook.com/mike.miles.75 -)

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