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.

Stephenson, MI, January 23, 2018: Public Hearing on Back 40 Mine Wetland Permit, Help Save the Menominee River!

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If you cannot make the walk, press conference or hearing on January 23rd, please consider posting a comment in support on the Wetland Permit online site at: http://bit.ly/2qrk4BT

The gathering of people standing up for the Menominee River can be seen live stream at:www.IndianCountryTV.com.

Please share!

Protectors of the Menominee River

Chicago, Feb. 3, 2018: Do it Like Durham! Black Liberation Month w/ Takiyah Thompson

67 E Madison Street, 18th Floor Meeting Room, Chicago, 6 P.M. 

Hosted by Black Lives Matter Chicago Chicago Workers World Party Workers World Party

Co-sponsored by Workers World Party Chicago, Black Lives Matter Chicago, & BYP100 Chicago, Workers World Party Rockford, Workers World Party Wisconsin and Wisconsin Bail Out The People Movement

Takiyah Thompson was the first of eight activists arrested in 2017 by Durham, N.C. police after organizing with the community to remove a racist confederate statue. Join us to hear from Takiyah along with local Chicago activists from Black Lives Matter & WWP Chicago about how they are continuing to fight white supremacy, both symbolically and practically. Come share your community’s struggles and discuss how we can work toward liberation together. Takiyah is a member of Workers World Party, a nation-wide revolutionary socialist organization.

Event is free & open to the public. Free snacks & drinks provided.

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NYC, January 20, 2018: Rally against Trump and Capitalism! #DaysOfRage

Hosted by The People’s MTA

We don’t have to live like this!

J20Resist Calls for #DaysOfRage against Trump and capitalism!

In solidarity with our Palestinian comrades and friends who have called for their days of rage, J20Resist calls for #DaysOfRage against Trump and capitalism from January 15, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, through January 20, the anniversary Trump’s inauguration.

Other #DaysOfRage action called so far are below. Many more to be announced soon!

MLK day Monday, January 15
Solidarity with Striking Spectrum Workers
2-4 pm Columbus Circle
Organized by People’s Power Assemblies Workers Defense Committee, MACC and Labor Against Racist Terror

Protest to Free Ahed Tamimi
5-6:30pm Union Square, in front of Best Buy
Organized by Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network

People’s Monday for Martin Luther King Jr.
7pm, 125th and Malcolm X
Organized by NYC Shut It Down

Tuesday, January 16
After J20: Fighting Back Against Political Repression
7-9pm at the Solidarity Center (147 w 24th St, 2nd Floor)
Organized by the Committee to Stop FBI Repression

Wednesday, January 17
Pack the Court for Mumia Abu-Jamal
8-11am Criminal Justice Center 1301 Filbert St, Philadelphia
Transportation from NYC leaves Solidarity Center at 5:30am. Contact nysckrs@gmail.com for tickets ($20)

Thursday, January 18
Rally against Rapist Cops and All Cops
320 Jay St, Brooklyn
Organized by Metropolitan Anarchist Coordinating Council
Action is in solidarity with Anna Chambers, who was raped by two Brooklyn police officers earlier this year.

Anti-imperialist Outreach
2pm in Fulton Street Station, Manhattan
Organized by G-REBLS

Resist US-Led War & Imperialism
5:30pm, *New Location: Union Square South
Organized by the International League of Peoples’ Struggle

Women Fight Back against Capitalism and Imperialism
7pm at the Solidarity Center (147 w 24th St, 2nd Floor)
Organized by Workers World Party

Friday, January 19

Trump is a Racist: 1804 Movement March for all Immigrants
8:00 a.m.: Assemble at Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn
9:00 a.m.: Start the March down Flatbush Avenue
12:30 p.m.: Rally Trump Building, 40 Wall Street
Organized by the 1804 Movement for All Immigrants, a new Haitian-led anti-imperialist coalition
This action is not part of the #DaysOfRage campaign. #DaysOfRage endorses and encourages people to attend this very important action.

Transit Accessibility for All!
5-7pm Union Square (14th St and Union Square East)
Organized by The People’s MTA and People’s Power Assemblies

Saturday January 20
Rally against Trump and Capitalism: We Don’t Have to Live LIke This!
4pm Grand Central Terminal

Since January 20th 2017, our class has been under attack with ICE raids, state repression, killer cops and deep cuts into what’s left of our social safety net. Hundreds of activists are facing felony charges for protesting against this racist misogynist regime. Tens of thousands of families are being deported or incarcerated for simply being born. The drive for war goes faster and we all get poorer.

We don’t have to live like this. The Democrats have shown they can’t save us. They can’t even defend an election they say was stolen from them. Across the country, we are tirelessly mobilizing against white supremacy, war and capitalism. It’s only by getting organized, putting the ruling class on notice and making our people power known that we have any hope of fightback.

We will fight for our lives by taking to the streets across the country to address the core problem of all our miseries: a regime that arrests us, dispossesses us, poisons us, bashes us, evicts us, and kills us.

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Madison, Feb. 4: Do It Like Durham! Discussion with Takiyah Thompson

Hosted by Workers World Party Wisconsin

Location TBA, 2 P.M. 

In honor of Black Liberation Month, Workers World Party Wisconsin is hosting freedom fighter Takiyah Thompson for a community discussion about fighting all forms of capitalist white supremacy from Confederate statues to union busting and other Jim Crow austerity. Takiyah was the first of eight activists arrested in 2017 by Durham, N.C. police after organizing with the community to remove a racist confederate statue. Join us to hear from Takiyah along with local Madison/Wisconsin activists about how they are continuing to fight white supremacy, both symbolically and practically. Come share your community’s struggles and discuss how we can work toward people’s liberation together. / Event is free and open to the public

Milwaukee, January 27, 2018: Voces de la Frontera Asamblea Anual / Annual Assembly

Hosted by Youth Empowered in the Struggle (YES)and Voces de la Frontera


Nuestra reunión anual será sábado, el 27 de enero de 2018, de las 9am a 3pm en la Iglesia Luterana de la Ascensión (1236 S Layton Blvd en Milwaukee).

Decidiremos nuestras metas para el próximo año y elegiremos el liderazgo para Voces de la Frontera y Voces de la Frontera Action. Almuerzo y cuidado de niños otorgados.

Platicaremos de nuestra lucha por el Dream Act, las campañas para detener AB190 y 287g y las elecciones de 2018.

El tiempo de hacer nominaciones para la Mesas Directivas de Voces de la Frontera y Voces de la Frontera Acción es ampliado hasta el 2 de enero. Debe haber sido miembro por más de un año y estar actualizado en su cuota anual para nominar o ser nominado. Para nominarse a si mismo u otro miembro a las mesas directivas, manda un correo electrónico a Nancy Flores a nancy@vdlf.org, o llame al 608-358-0565.

¿Necesita renovar su membresía? Haga clic aquí para renovar: https://voces.ourpowerbase.net/civicrm/contribute/transact?reset=1&id=5


Our Annual Meeting will be on January 27th, 2018, from 9am to 3pm at Ascension Lutheran Church (1236 S Layton Blvd in Milwaukee).

We’ll decide on our goals for the coming year and elect leadership for Voces de la Frontera and Voces de la Frontera Action. Lunch and childcare provided.

We’ll discuss our fight for the Dream Act, the campaigns to stop AB190 and 287g, and the 2018 elections.

The nominations period for the 2018 Voces de la Frontera and Voces de la Frontera Action Boards of Directors has been extended to January 2nd. You must have been a member for more than a year and be current in your dues to nominate or be nominated. To nominate yourself or another member to the Voces or the Voces Action Boards, please email Nancy Flores at nancy@vdlf.org, or call 608-358-0565.

Need to renew your membership? Click here to renew: https://voces.ourpowerbase.net/civicrm/contribute/transact?reset=1&id=5

Racine WI September 5 2017 DACA Protest

Women’s Marches in Eau Claire, Green Bay & Milwaukee January 20, 2018

For more information, visit www.facebook.com/womensmarchwi