Action Alert

2009/05/18: Assault Weapons Have No Place in Our National Parks! - Action Alert from WAVE

2009/06/19:Make Plans to attend this MREA event, June 19th

WNPJ and People for Peace - Waupaca - co-sponsor a Pancakes for Peace Breakfast - at the Renewable Energy Fair.  And Travel Sustainably to The Energy Fair. The MREA is again offering mass transit to The Energy Fair from throughout the Midwest. We will offer daily, round-trip transportation from Chicago, Green Bay / Appleton, Madison, Milwaukee, and Minneapolis. Pre-registration is required, so sign up today! Save your seat on the bus at here or call 715-592-6595. Learn all about the fair on its website. and see or print a full-size  Pancakes for Peace flyer

2009/04/24: Central Wisconsin Anti-Racism Workshop April 24 - 25 - Wausau

Central Wisconsin Anti-Racism Workshop

Presented by the Roots Up! Racial Justice Project

Roots Up! is a collective of individuals and social justice organizations, including Lutheran Human Relations Association, Groundwork, Freedom, Inc., Dignidad Sin Fronteras and others.  We ground our work in addressing and combating racial oppression . . . from the roots on up!  We see our efforts as not a new initiative but rather the continuation of legacies of anti-racism learning and resistance throughout history. Roots Up! hopes to strengthen networks for racial justice organizing throughout Wisconsin. 

Friday, April 24th 5:30 – 9:00 p.m. and

Saturday, April 25th 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at

First Unitarian Universalist Church of  Wausau (504 Grant St.)

Child care and interpretation provided – please let us know if you need either!

Car-pool option from Madison, contact:

A suggested fee of $25.00 is requested. Any who can give more would be appreciated to cover costs. For those who cannot afford the $25.00, no one will be turned away.

This will be the first of a statewide racial justice workshop series.

Please come to get rooted in confronting racism in your communities while building relationships to strengthen local struggles for social justice.


2009/05/01 May day March, Madison

May Day with a sense of urgency! As long as there are workers and labor organizations, May Day will be celebrated as the International Workers Day. In USA, the immigrant movement brought back May Day in 2006 to join the international labor movement again. This year as the crisis deepens, and the living conditions of millions worsen, millions of people worldwide are demanding not to fund the crisis created by the big banks and corporations. In the last weeks, workers across the nation have been marching with banners that read "Bail Out The Workers, Not the Banks".Locally in Madison and Dane County, the crisis is already affecting thousands of immigrants, workers and poor families. Layoffs, cuts in social services, massive foreclosures and the recent increase of the Bus Fare are only a few examples of how we, the workers, are suffering the effects of the crisis.



In this update:
1. TAKE ACTION: Sign the online Impartial Justice petition
2. Latest info on campaign financing of spring elections on

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