Milwaukee, March 4: Youth Action Soundoff

We are not waiting around for the DOJ to make spaces for our youth to sound off about their expeirences with MPD and what they need from future leadership.

We are interested in providing a space for youth to come out and engage with other youth, community leadership, and organizations about what their needs are and what their experiences have been with MPD. We think it is VERY important that their voices are heard by the DOJ in regarding to the MPD investigiation.

If you’re interested in helping to organize this event for our youth please contact us at

We look forward to hearing from folks and we look forward to hearing from our youth in a SOUNDOFF.

UPCOMING: April 30, 2016 Dontre Day!


Milwaukee, March 3: Coalition For Justice Mass Meeting

The Coalition for Justice will be hosting our next Mass Meeting on THURSDAY, March 3rd at All Peoples Church, 5975 N. 40th Street at 6 p.m. We apologize to anyone that came to the last meeting. It was cancelled right around 6 p.m. due to some unforseen circumstances. We will do our best to send emails and post information on FB to let folks know in the future.

We plan to continue the conversations to our response to what the DOJ is and isn’t doing and preparing for our next action on March 4th with the city’s youth.

We will also continue the conversations and movements around awakening, strategizing, and mobilizing those around us.

We would love to get as many community members, organizations, unions, and churches in this space as possible so please invite your friends, family, and colleagues. Students and children are also welcomed.

The meeting will last approximately two hours (6:00p-8:00p). Please join us, and let your voice be heard.

We will continue the fight for justice! Change is coming!

The Coalition for Justice bopes to be hosting our next Mass Meeting on THURSDAY, March 3rd at All Peoples Church, 5975 N. 40th Street at 6 p.m.

UPCOMING: April 30, 2016 Dontre Day!

Rasmea Defense Committee planning next steps

Considering that there will be much more legal and community-based organizing work ahead, the Rasmea Defense Committee is asking for continued financial support.“Rasmea and we are celebrating our victory today, and are thankful for the work of our great lawyers and the thousands of people across the U.S. and the world who have stood with her,” said Lara Kiswani of the committee’s Bay Area chapter. “And besides fundraising, we want everyone to continue to organize educational events, like our International Women’s Day celebrations honoring Rasmea in San Francisco, Chicago, Minneapolis, and other cities.”


Rasmea Yousef Odeh

Kelsey Alford-Jones on Riverwest Radio Feb. 27

Kelsey Alford-Jones, Executive Director of the Guatemalan Human Rights Commission/USA will be the guest on The Grass is Greener on Riverwest Radio, WXRW 104.1 FM-LP or on the internet this Saturday Feb. 27 at 8pm CST. She will discuss the recent progress in court cases concerning human rights violations, some dating from the 1980’s military terror. The other case is a Supreme Court ruling this week protecting the La Puya  indigenous community and their land from a US based mining corporation.




Free Rev. Pinkney!

Donate to Rev. Pinkney’s defense or get more information on how to support:


Mark Your Calendars! Our Next Protest for Rev. Pinkney!

When: Friday, March 4th, noon to 1pm

Where: MDOC, 206 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, MI 48933

Detroit Carpool: Gather at 9:30am at the Moratorium NOW! office, 5920 Second Ave., Detroit, MI 48202. Departing at 10am for MDOC in Lansing.

Pinkney shirt

Milwaukee, March 13: “Living Activism Benefit Concert” at the CoffeeHouse, 1905 W. Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, showcasing rising Latino & Afro-Latin musicians

Come see & hear some extremely talented up and coming young musicians, including the outstanding vocals of Rebelión Ixchel, Proyecto Bembe (a south/north project joining Latino and African-American youth performing Afro-Latin percussion), award winning poet Carmen Murguia, and Tony Baez who has performed through out Latin America and the U.S. and is an outstanding musicologist of songs of love and struggle from the Hispanic world. Admission is by donation, to support Wisconsin’s two young women studying at Havana’s Latin American School of Medicine, and Pastors for Peace/IFCO, the U.S. coordinator for this program. For more information, visit or call the Wisconsin Coalition to Normalize Relations with Cuba at 414-273-1040, ext. 12. Click Here For Event Flyer

50 years after Revolution in Cuba