WNPJ Action Alerts and Events - Stand against wage theft and more

Action Alert 1: Stand against wage theft
Action Alert 2: Outreach opportunity for your group
Action Alert 3: Work for social responsibility
Action Alert 4: Take part in Earth Week
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WNPJ Action Alerts and Events - Zero troops in Afghanistan and more

Action Alert 1: Zero troops in Afghanistan
Action Alert 2: Host a speaker on Palestine / Israel
Action Alert 3: Books and balls to Nicaragua
Action Alert 4: Support Vegan Fest
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WNPJ Action Alerts and Events - Get on the bus against tar sands and more

Action Alert 1: Get on the bus against tar sands pipeline
Action Alert 2: Milwaukee rally for immigration reform
Action Alert 3: Protect the Badger tallgrass prairie
Action Alert 4: Global day of action on military spending
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WNPJ Action Alerts and Events - WI activist facing deportation and more

Action Alert 1: WI activist facing deportation
Action Alert 2: For peace in Ukraine
Action Alert 3: Reduce nuclear weapons spending
Action Alert 4: Deadline extended for youth videos
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WNPJ in the news

Despite the recent (and very welcome) thaw, Mike McCabe calls for more sunshine and Voces de la Frontera for more compassion. Click on titles to read the entire stories.

Community members, leaders attend Fast for Families forum to talk about immigration issues. Voces de la Frontera is hosting a Wisconsin tour of Fast for Families, a group promoting awareness of immigration issues, connections between immigrants and non-immigrants, and immigration reform.

WNPJ Action Alerts and Events - Penokees LCO Harvest camp under threat and more

Action Alert 1: Penokees LCO Harvest camp under threat
Action Alert 2: State lobby day for affordable healthcare
Action Alert 3: Anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq
Action Alert 4: Nuclear safety after Fukushima
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Protest against Mukwonago’s use of race-based team name and logo

Madison-area Native leaders and allies will protest against the Mukwonago team name and logo on Friday, March 14 at 7:30 pm in front of the Kohl Center, 601 W. Dayton St., Madison.

WNPJ in the news

Clean water, clean elections, and a touch of civil disobedience; WNPJ members keep working and writing. Please click on titles to read the entire articles.

Repeal Wisconsin's mining law: "One year ago Monday, Gov. Scott Walker signed into law Act 1, the ferrous mining bill that was written by Gogebic Taconite (GTac) and aided by over $1 million in political contributions to Republican legislators," says Al Gedicks, executive director of the Wisconsin Resources Protection Council.  Act 1 stripped Wisconsin law of many provisions previously enacted to protect Wisconsin's ground and surface waters. Al Gedicks, Milwaukee Journal sentinel, 3/10/14. The Wisconsin Resources Protection Council is a WNPJ member group.

WNPJ members in the news

photo of faculty memberWNPJ members remain active. Please click on titles to read entire articles.

As the song goes, "Give Peace a Chance." The Dane County United Nations Association just named Dr. Vincent Kavaloski its Global Citizen of the Year. Dr. Kavaloski, a professor of philosophy at Edgewood College where he specializes in the Philosophy of Peace. He has dedicated much of his career to teaching nonviolence. "Obtaining peace through non-violent means takes work," Dr. Kavaloski says. "You have to work hard against the war movement if you want peace." J. Patrick Reilly, The Dodgeville Chronicle, 2/20/14. The Dane County UNA is a WNPJ member group.

WNPJ members in the news

February has been frigid, but WNPJ members and groups stay active. Click on titles to read the entire stories.

WNPJ members and groups in the news

Mansour (center): "I don't want to say that I am shocked when I arrived in the States, but I came from an unbelievable place."Despite the "chilly" weather, WNPJ members stay active. Click on titles to read the entire articles.

Madison-Rafah Sister City Project ambassador impressed by local youth facilities: "Every place I visited here is amazing.... But I don't like this weather," said Anees Mansour, director of the Rachel Corrie Cultural Center for Children and Youth in Rafah, while visiting  Madison as the guest of the Madison-Rafah Sister City Project.

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