Action Alert

W.A.V.E. Action Alert: Send a message to your legislators and Wisconsin's Joint Committee on Finance

Ask your legislators to keep gun violence prevention -- including gun-purchaser screenings, extreme risk protection orders (ERPO), and funding for community-level gun violence intervention and prevention programs (VIPP) -- in Wisconsin's biennial budget.

You can use this link – to contact your legislators:

A Global Demand to 35 Governments: Get Your Troops Out of Afghanistan

Thank You to 7 That Already Have

Casa Maria Catholic Worker House in Milwaukee - seeks supplies

House Needs: toilet paper and dish soap
From the March issues of Casa Cry newsletter:
Actions to Stop Line 3
       Nonviolent direct actions by community-based water protectors in the Duluth, Minnesota area has interrupted Line 3 oil pipeline construction.

Biden: Stop Bombing Syria! Sign the petition....

Condemn the Biden administration’s bombing of Syria and tell Biden to immediately de-escalate. We need peace in the Middle East!

Dear President Biden, 

Send your message by Wednesday! – No Nukes!

Physicians for Social Responsibility - WI -  Action Alert:


Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) Scoping Comments for Point Beach Nuclear Reactors are due Wednesday, March 3 by 10:59pm


Join the 'Caravans for the Climate!' event in Kenosha - Thursday, March 4

Caravans for the Climate!

Support the “Wisconsin 5” at this Celebration of Hope

Tell your representatives to pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act

If the 2020 election showed us anything, it's that ensuring the right to vote, particularly for voters of color, is absolutely urgent. 

Ask WI legislators to work with the disability and aging communities to address barriers to voting

New State Bills Would Make It Harder for People with Disabilities and Older Adults to Vote

Wisconsin legislators are being asked to co-sponsor some voting bills that will make it harder for many people with disabilities and older adults to vote. 

If these issues are important to you, tell your legislators about your concerns.

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