November 12: Million Student March

We Demand:

  1. Tuition-Free Public College
  2. Cancellation of All Student Debt
  3. A $15 Minimum Wage for All Campus Workers

The United States is the richest country in the world, yet students have to take on crippling debt in order to get a college education. We need change, and change starts in the streets when the people demand it. With students, college graduates, and workers united we can build a movement capable of winning debt-free college for all and a $15 minimum wage for all campus workers!


The Electronic Intifada

The Electronic Intifada is an independent online news publication and educational resource focusing on Palestine, its people, politics, culture and place in the world.

Founded in 2001, The Electronic Intifada has won awards and earned widespread recognition for publishing original, high-quality news and analysis, and first-person accounts and reviews. The Electronic Intifada’s writers and reporters include Palestinians and others living inside Palestine and everywhere else that news about Palestine and Palestinians is made.

Our reporting is built on a foundation of documented evidence and fact-checking. We also publish news from leading human rights organizations, activists and news agencies with strong records.

Members of a delegation from the youth/student group Fight Imperialism Stand Together (FIST) march in Washington D.C. August 2, 2014.

Members of a delegation from the youth/student group Fight Imperialism Stand Together (FIST) march in Washington D.C. August 2, 2014.


Madison, October 27-29: Max Rameau: Turning a Moment into a Movement

How Social Movements Change Society
Tuesday, October 27, 4pm, 206 Ingraham Hall

Black Community Control over the Police
Wednesday, October 28, 7pm, Elvehjem L160, 800 University ave.

Organizing Workshop
Thursday, October 29, 7pm, UW South Madison Partnership, 2312 South Park Street

MAX RAMEAU is a Haitian born pan-African theorist, campaign strategist, organizer and author. He is co-founder of Take Back the Land, an organization dedicated to addressing issues of land, self-determination and homelessness in the black community. Rameau is the author of Take Back the Land, which recounts the experiences and political theory behind the Umoja village in the Liberty City section of Miami. Since 2013, he has been building the Center for Pan-African Development, a pan-African think tank, and the Positive Action Center, which provides movement theory, support and training to organizations engaged in anti-police brutality campaigns and the emerging demand of black community control over the police.

Roadmap to Apartheid (Trailer)

Official trailer for the upcoming movie Roadmap to Apartheid. Narrated by Alice Walker.

There are many lessons to draw from the South African experience of Apartheid relevant to conflicts all over the world. Roadmap to Apartheid explores in detail the apartheid comparison as it is used in the enduring Israel-Palestine conflict. As much an historical document of the rise and fall of apartheid, the film shows us why many Palestinians feel they are living in an apartheid system today, and why an increasing number of people around the world agree with them.

Milwaukee, October 31: Día de los Muertos Milwaukee 2015

Milwaukee celebrates El Día de los Muertos with the 6th Annual Parade, 1st Annual Walk/Run para los Muertos, Art Market, Face-painting, Azteca Dancers , Community Ofrenda, Arte, Ceremonia, Communidad, Y Mas! Free to Everyone! Everyone welcome! Family Event brought to you by Walker’s Point Association, Walker Square Neighborhood Association, Viva la Piñata, family and friends all make this event possible each year. Donations are welcome! All donations go towards paying the permit fees and supporting artists who make this event beautiful with cultural depth and tradition!
Schedule of Events – October 31st, 2015


10:00am Volunteers Meet at the Park
11:00am Face painting & Ofrenda Making at Walker Square
Park, 1028 South 9th St
12:00pm 5K Walk/Run Begins
12:30pm Award 5K Walk/Run Winners!
1:00pm Vigil for Peace: Lead by All Peoples Church
1:30pm Procession Begins : Everyone is welcome to walk in
the Parade
2:30pm Aztec Dancers, Escamilla Entertainment
3:00pm-5:00pm Break the Pinatas! ,
Tamarind Belly Dancers Perform,
Celebration in the Park!
5:00pm Clean-up


Milwaukee, October 29: MICAH Education Task Force @ MICAH Annual Public Meeting

MICAH Education Task Force is calling out all our wonderful partners to stand with us as we ask County Executive Chris Abele to stand by his words of support for Milwaukee Public Schools. Senator Chris Larson will also join us to address our concerns. Let’s pack the pews at Tabernacle Community Baptist Church with the education activists of Milwaukee and show the strength of our coalition. Hoping to see Parents for Public Schools-MKE Milwaukee Teachers’ Education Association Wisconsin Jobs Now and all our Schools and Communities United partners!