Hosted by Milwaukee IWW
Two IWW members will be at Milwaukee Central Library, 814 W. Wisconsin, meeting room 2A, on Monday, October 15, 5:00-6:30 PM. They will be working on some of the activity they regularly do for the Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee, supporting the campaign against arbitrary regulations at Columbia Correctional, coalition efforts to shutdown the Milwaukee Secure Detention Facility, and connecting different networks inside prison walls. Our work includes research, writing letters, data entry, and developing ideas for disrupting the horror that is the Wisconsin prison system. Come by if you want to see what’s involved with this organizing, ask questions, and maybe get involved in this. Free coffee and snacks are provided. Let us know if you need a ride to be able to attend. This gathering will be followed by our strategy meeting at 6:30, visitors are welcome to attend this as well.
If you are interested in this event and can’t make this time or location, please post in this event, message us or send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org We will schedule the next event to work for your schedule, or followup one-on-one. Also contact us if you would need childcare, translation or other accommodations to be able to attend this event. You can also fill out this online survey to volunteer for specific tasks: https://bit.ly/2vyZam9 You can get more information on Wisconsin prison conditions and resistance to them at our website: https://wisconsinprisonvoices.org/
1123 Center Street, Racine, 6 – 8 :30 P.M.
RSVP today and join the Wisconsin Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival and National Co-Chairs Rev. Drs. Barber and Theoharis as we hold a Poor People’s Hearing in Racine, WI to lift up the voices of the poor, directly impacted, and faith leaders, to demand that our nation’s elected officials take action to fight systemic racism, poverty, the war economy and militarism, ecological devastation, and our nation’s distorted moral narrative of Christian nationalism.
October 17, 2018
St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church
1123 Center St., Racine, WI 53403
In this electoral season, politicians will be forces to listen to those who have been traditionally left out of the electoral process in this country; they will learn about the power of a new and unsettling force that is organizing across this country, and they will hear our demands!
We will not let another election cycle go by where politicians can run for office without talking out systemic racism, including voter suppression the attacks on immigrant and native communities, and the mass criminalization and incarceration of our communities; without talking about systemic poverty and the necessity of programs of social uplift; without talking about the war economy and ecological devastation that are blighting our people and the places we live; without talking about the distorted moral narrative that ignores the needs of the people.
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On October 8, tell Congress that U.S. Mail is Not For Sale!
Rallies by all four postal unions (NALC, APWU, NRLCA and NPMHU) will be held throughout the country October 8, 2018 to say no to privatizing the Postal Service. Please find a rally near you in the map below – https://www.nalc.org/government-affairs/u-s-mail-not-for-sale – and fill in the form below that to let us know you’re planning to attend. National Association of Letter Carriers
Stay tuned to this site as we’ll be adding rally locations as we get closer to Oct. 8.
Ordinary people. That is what we need to #StopKavanaugh. Whether it was abusing his power over a young woman 30 years ago, or abusing his power over women’s lives as a judge, he should not be considered for a seat on the Supreme Court. Join us to #StopKavanaugh: https://bit.ly/2DcV7AJ
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