|Windows In Black History
Saturday, December 3, 9-11am – James Reeb Unitarian Universalist Congregation (2146 E Johnson St)
The second event in the “Windows In Black History” series, this workshop will feature YGB’s Brandi Grayson, Justified Anger’s Karen Reece, and Groundwork’s Laura McNeill to guide participants in a two hour exploration of U.S. slavery and its impact on modern day society. Come ready to learn!
How Much Policing Do Madison Schools Need?
Tuesday, December 6, 7-8pm – Goodman Community Center (149 Waubesa St)
Madison just extended its use of police officers in schools for another three years, provoking fears among Madison students and parents that over-policing in schools will contribute to the school-to-prison pipeline. The Capital Times has assembled a panel of students, officers, and school board members to discuss. More info here.
How Do We Respond To A Trump Presidency?
December 3, 1-3pm – Rockford Public Library in Illinois
This Saturday, join the World Workers Party to discuss what the Trump presidency means for workers, women, people of color, members of the LGBTQ+ community, and other oppressed groups. Click here for more info.