Sheboygan, January 19, 2019: Unity March Sheboygan 2019

Sheboygan Comm-UNITY March

930 N 8th Street, Sheboygan, WI, 12 NOON – 3 P.M.

Welcome to Unity March Sheboygan 2019. We are inspired by Women’s March 2019 and our march will be held the same day. We will gather at Fountain Park at noon, march, and convene at the Mead Public Library’s Rocca Room. At the library, there will be a variety of informational displays by different organizations in Sheboygan. It is our hope that you will take the opportunity to find ways to engage, volunteer, participate, organize, empower, network, and serve.

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Students and Workers in Milwaukee Demand: No Wall! Asylum For Refugees!

Dozens of students and workers came out in the bitter cold January 10, 2019 to demand No Wall! Asylum For Refugees! at Dontre Hamilton (Red Arrow) Park in Milwaukee. Protest sponsored by the Young People’s Resistance Committee and Milwaukee Coalition Against Trump and supported by other organizations including WI Bail Out The People Movement, the Communist Workers League, the Latin American Solidarity Committee Milwaukee, FRSO Fightback and Young Workers Committee of the Milwaukee Area Labor Council. (Photo: WI BOPM)

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Madison, January 12, 2019: United Against Fascists! Jobs, Healthcare & Public Ed. Not Racist Hate!

Rally – Unite Against Fascism

30 On The Square, State Street Side of Wisconsin State Capitol, 11:30 A.M.

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January 12, 1130am, join for a rally to Unite Against Fascism. We will be meeting at the top of State St, across from the Capitol, at 30 on the Square.

On January 12, far-right groups are planning a “We the People” rally to be held at the Wisconsin state capitol, on the State Street steps. The organizers of this rally include the 3% United Patriots.

The 3% United Patriots is a right-wing militia group that has been organizing armed vigilante squads at the US-Mexico border for years. They detain people crossing the border, handcuffing them and delivering them to US Border Patrol. They’ve since spread across the country.
The far right has been exploding in growth since the election of Donald Trump. The murder in Charlottesville at the “Unite the Right” rally and the shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue are two of the most visible attacks, but they are not the only ones. Hate crimes have skyrocketed, pipe bombs were sent through the mail, and others were stabbed to death on a train in Portland and at a bus stop in Boston. Far right groups like Patriot Prayer, the Proud Boys, and the 3%ers have grown in membership and influence.

We are organizing to stop their hate, their racism, sexism, and xenophobia. We are joining together to show that fascism and hate have no home here, and that people from across Wisconsin stand against them.

If you are a part of an organization or group that would like to sponsor, endorse, or help organize, please reach out to the hosts to get in touch.

Sponsors (list in formation) in alphabetical order:
Chicago Solidarity Center
Communist Workers League
Democratic Socialists of America – Madison
General Defense Committee – IWW Madison
Indivisible Madison
Industrial Workers of the World – Madison
International Socialist Organization – Madison
Latin American Solidarity Committee – Milwaukee, Moratorium Now Coalition, Michigan Emergency Committee Against War & Injustice (MECAWI),
Outreach LGBT Resource Center
Party for Socialism and Liberation
Socialist Alternative – Madison
Teaching Assistants Associate Executive Board
The Center for Workers’ Rights
WI Bail Out the People Movement
Workers’ Rights Center – Milwaukee
Young Democratic Socialists of America – Madison

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