Milwaukee, April 25, 2021: Lift The U.S. Blockade on Cuba!

Car Caravan Sunday, March 28

SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 2021


The Caravans to Lift the Blockade were started in Miami by Cuban American families who want to travel, trade, and have normal exchanges with their loved ones in Cuba. Only the US government stands in the way! Join us in saying,

“After 60 years, it is TIME NOW to end the BLOCKADE!”

Organized by the Wisconsin Coalition to Normalize Relations with Cuba.

Endorsed by Peace Action of Wisconsin, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, End the Wars Coalition

April 1, 2021: (Online) Join us for an important presentation from Attorney Kimberley Motley

The National Lawyers Guild-Milwaukee is interested in pursuing a U.S. Dept. of Justice investigation of the Wauwatosa Police Department.

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Register in advance for this webinar:

 Attorney Motley will discuss her explosive documentation of “rampant abuse of power, corruption, and many legal issues in policing,” including “ghost arrests”/fake tickets, compiling lists of people because they are protestors, racist “Martin Luther King” parties perpetrated by the Wauwatosa Police Department and more.  After her presentation, she will be joined on panel by criminal defense attorney Ramon Valdez of the National Lawyers Guild – Milwaukee, and Sedan Smith of The People’s Revolution – Milwaukee where they will discuss their experiences with the WPD.  Emilio De Torre of the Milwaukee Turners will be the host.

Attorney Motley has been a practicing attorney and litigator since 2003 and has worked in Afghanistan since 2008. She is founder to Motley Legal Services and cofounder to Motley Consulting International. She has worked as a Justice Advisor with the US Department of State in Afghanistan and as a Wisconsin Public Defender. She and the NLG -Milwaukee are interested in pursuing a U.S. Dept. of Justice investigation of the Wauwatosa PD.

Read more about Attorney Motley here:, and contributions may be made to Attorney Motley’s non-profit The Justness Project here:

Sponsors for this event include:

National Lawyers Guild – Milwaukee

The Milwaukee Turners

Rid Racism Milwaukee

The People’s Revolution – Milwaukee

ACLU of Wisconsin – Milwaukee Chapter

Tosa Together

All Of Us Or None

Breaking Barriers

Milwaukee: April & May 2021 Stand For Peace Actions

Noon to 1 PM. Please wear masks and social distance.

April 3: King/North It will be the 53rd anniversary of Dr. King’s assassination on April 4, 2021

April 10: US Army Reserve Drill Center 4850 W Silver Spring Dr  Global Days of Action on Military Spending

April 17: Lift the Blockade! LaFayette Hill/Lincoln Memorial (focus on Cuba)

April 24: Capitol/Oakland

May 1: 6th/Mitchell

May 8: Howell/Layton

May 15: National/Greenfield

May 22: Sherman/North

May 29: Silver Spring/Port Washington

Peace Action of WI

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Manitowoc, WI, April 5, 2021: RALLY AGAINST RACISM!

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Event by MLK Day Manitowoc

Facebook Event:

900 Quay Street, Manitowoc, WI (Behind City Hall At The Riverfront) – 6-7 P.M.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was murdered while supporting sanitation workers in Memphis, TN April 4, 1968. We – a diverse array of labor and community organizations and individuals – will be honoring Dr. King’s legacy by joining together in unity.

We oppose any manifestations of hate – from Manitowoc to Georgia – against people of color, workers, women and the LGBTQ community. We will not stand down to the old or new Jim Crow!

We will be joining together in the spirit of Dr. King who once said: “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”

We will not be silent. We will not be demoralized. We will not be turned around by hate. We will build unity, hope, peace, love and social justice!

Social distancing practiced and masks required.

Family friendly event.

Rally behind Manitowoc City Hall by the Riverfront – rain or shine.

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Facebook Event:

Event by MLK Day Manitowoc

Milwaukee, March 27, 2021: (Online) The Black Trans Visibility Celebration March / Block Party

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Event by Elle HaloLadi London and SunShine Raynebow

The Black Rose Initiative is excited to present The Black Trans Visibility Celebration Week!!!!!!! March 27th – April 2nd. This march is being organized by Elle Halo and Ladi London and other Black Trans Womxn in Milwaukee WI.
We are centering Black Trans Voices all week starting off with The Black Trans Visibility Celebration March / Block Party!!!!!THE MARCH WILL START AT DIVERSE AND RESILIENT and END AT ALICE GARDEN

We are building an inclusive movement to celebrate all Black Trans and Non Binary lives. We are also here to have some serious conversations about how we can better support and protect the Black Trans Womxn in our lives. #BLACKTRANSLIVESMATTER
We want everyone to save the dates and join us and come to know some amazing black trans leaders along the way. Bring your flags your signs your colors your love and passion and join us to make this march as beautiful unique and multidimensional as we know our community to be.We will continue with virtual and in-person events through the week of March 28th – April 2nd.We will accept direct donations for the full week of events via Cashapp $BlackRoseInitiative.
We are recruiting artists’ Marshalls, Volunteers, a Trans and Accessibility needs-based carpool, and will accept material donations.
(PPE materials, art supplies, march safety items, speakers, decorations, lights, water, snacks etc.

Please stay tuned for the rollout of each event!