Milwaukee, March 4, 2019: End Prison Slavery

End Prison Slavery

814 W Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, 5 – 6:30 P.M.

Two IWW members will be at Milwaukee Central Library, 814 W. Wisconsin, meeting room 2A, on Monday, March 4, 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 iwoc.milwaukee@gmail.com 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/

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Brown Deer, WI, March 3, 2019: UBLAC Mass Meeting: A Black Only Space

UBLAC Mass Meeting: A Black Only Space

5736 W Brown Deer Rd., Brown Deer, WI, 2 -4 P.M.

CALLING ALL BLACK MILWAUKEEANS!!!

We welcome you to attend, invite, and engage at your next Mass Meeting. Let’s build, engage, educate, and work together with a focus on Beloved Community and Black Liberation.

If you would like a electronic copy of the UBLAC agenda, please email annia.ublac@gmail.com.

To offer childcare, we would like for parents to send the organizers a ‘heads up’ at least THREE Days before the event.

Bring Snacks!

Mission:
Uplifting Black Liberation and Black Communities will EQUIP, CONNECT, and EDUCATE Black communities with resources and opportunities that will help provide sustainable environment free from oppressive systems. This begins by using education about potential impact on the community, and how to heal from post-traumatic slave syndrome.

Vision:
Through OUTREACH and COLLABORATION, UBLAC will help individuals foster understanding about liberation through knowledge and application in order to generate independent living and thinking.

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Over 150 ‘No War On Venezuela!’ Actions Feb. 23, Next Up March 16 and 30 in Washington D.C.

https://www.nowaronvenezuela.org/

On the weekend of February 23, more than 150+ cities around the world held demonstrations in solidarity with the people of Venezuela and the Bolivarian Revolution. The rallying cry of the global demonstrations was: No U.S. war on Venezuela!

MARCH 16: National March on the White House: U.S. Hands Off Venezuela!, Lafayette Square, 12 NOON – 5 P.M. Hosted by Answer Coalition

MARCH 30: United National Antiwar Coalition