About wibailoutpeople

We are a part of the national Bail Out The People movement which formed in 2008 to fight against the bailouts to the banks. Since then we have been in numerous fights against poverty, racism and war. We demand that the people be bailed out not the banks, a moratorium on all foreclosures, a federal jobs program now and other demands. We have been participating in the Wisconsin people's uprising, Bloombergville in NYC and numerous other people's actions.

Pan African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast August 18, 2018 Edition


Listen to the Sat. Aug. 18, 2018 edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. The program features reports on Zimbabwe, Namibia, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Ghana. The second and third hours will be dedicated to the life, times and contributions of Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin who joined the ancestors on Wed. Aug. 16, 2018. We listen to a rare recording of a concert given by Aretha in Amsterdam in 1968. In addition we review some of the early recordings of the Queen of Soul when she was a teenager singing at New Bethel Baptist Church. Later we re-examine the influence of Rev. C.L. Franklin on the artistic and social development of Aretha.

KIDS ARE STILL IN CAGES! Sign Petition To Help Stop ICE Kidnappings, Raids & Deportations!

Don’t let Trump’s latest move fool you: Children are still being jailed, and they’re still being separated from their families–both at the border and at ICE detention facilities across the country. Demand the Trump Administration stop caging children and jailing their parents IMMEDIATELY — and reunite jailed children with their families. Families belong together, and free!

SIGN PETITION: https://tinyurl.com/y8m4ynpo

President Trump created a humanitarian crisis by separating thousands of children from their families and jailing them. But Trump’s Executive Order signed on June 20th is not the solution; it simply jails whole families indefinitely and does nothing to reunite families that have already been torn apart. Children belong with their families and in communities, not in cages or behind bars in even worse conditions.

The Trump administration is causing lifelong trauma to children — whether taken by Border Patrol, jailed alongside their parents after seeking safety, or snatched from their school by ICE. Their claims of compassion are false — this crisis is proof that this administration does not care about the wellbeing of children or families.  Families deserve to seek asylum without fear of jail or family separation.

Our demand is clear and not negotiable: Trump’s policies of caging children and jailing their parents must be stopped immediately — and families must be reunited!

SIGN PETITION: https://tinyurl.com/y8m4ynpo

Racine July 8 2018

Madison, August 24, 2018: ICE en Madison? Conozca sus derechos

Hosted by Voces de la Frontera

ICE en Madison? Conozca sus derechos

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Reunión informativa para conocer sus derechos, pasos a seguir si es arrestado y recursos que existen en estos casos. Favor compartir

Para más información: ‭+1 (608) 960-6818‬

Informative meeting to know your rights, steps to follow if you are arrested by ICE and resources that you can use in these cases. Please share

For more information: +1 (608) 960-6818

Milwaukee, August 21, 2018: CLOSEmsdf Monthly Meeting

Join us on Tuesday, August 21st at 6 pm to get involved with the efforts to decarcerate Milwaukee, #CLOSEmsdf, and #buildCOMMUNITIES. The #CLOSEmsdf Campaign is now over 40 organizations strong. Visit https://closemsdf.org/ for information.

Sign the #CLOSEmsdf petition at https://actionnetwork.org/petitions/its-time-to-close-milwaukee-secure-detention-facility-msdf.

Like us on facebook at CLOSEmsdf. Follow us on twitter at https://twitter.com/CLOSEmsdf.

Conditions at Milwaukee Secure Detention Facility (MSDF) are out of step with Wisconsin values. Not only have conditions at the prison been deplorable for years, but the very notion of locking up people struggling with parole and mental health issues is at odds with common sense approaches to justice. MSDF was built in 2001 as a temporary detention facility for people on parole, probation, and extended supervision who allegedly committed violations in their rules of supervision. In the last 16 years, thousands of individuals, convicted of no new crime, have been re-incarcerated at MSDF—over sixty percent of them black men. This practice of “crimeless revocations” exacerbates racial inequities in Milwaukee and Wisconsin, and the inhumane conditions at MSDF violate basic human rights and defy our notions of justice and freedom. The #CLOSEmsdf Campaign is led by EX-Prisoners Organizing (EXPO), a project of WISDOM, with the support of JustLeadershipUSA, community members, and local Wisconsin organizations. The campaign aims not only to close this facility, but reimagine how we invest in people caught in the penal system. MSDF is beyond reform and must be shuttered in order to build the stronger communities that Milwaukee and Wisconsin deserve.

• Human rights violations, including: Poor ventilation, extreme heat, no access to sunlight, no outdoor recreation, overcrowding in cells, 22 hours of lockdown per day, and no in-person visits.
• Excessive mistreatment and use of force against mentally ill people.
• Racial bias: African Americans were 12 times more likely to be sent to prison for crimeless revocation than whites in 2013.
• No due process: Revocation process gives significant discretion to DOC parole agents rather than criminal
courts, which makes it harder for people facing incarceration to fight that outcome.

• Ending the practice of incarcerating people for minor rule violations of their supervision.
• Allow people facing revocation to remain in the community until their hearings.
• Shifting the “Alternatives to Revocation” beds to the community.
• Solve overcrowding issues in Wisconsin jails and prisons through policy changes such as bail reform and increased use of Treatment Alternatives and Diversion programs.
• Reinvest the excessive corrections spending toward workforce development training for formerly incarcerated
people and greater access to mental health professionals and clinics within the community.

October 4 Milwaukee Prison Letters

Milwaukee, September 3, 2018: Labor Fest 2018

Hosted by Milwaukee Area Labor Council

Stand in solidarity with other union sisters and brothers to honor and celebrate labor on Labor Day!

Parade kicks off from Zeidler Square at 11am and marches down to the Summerfest Grounds. Free admission and family friendly!

Annual raffle for the Grand Prize Harley-Davidson motorcycle. Car show. Live Music. Food and Drinks. Kids Area. Adult Bingo. Wrestling. And More.

Call the Milwaukee Area Labor Council with questions- 414-771-7070.