Action Alert 1: Racial Justice Living Room Conversations
Action Alert 2: Standing Rock Celebration
Action Alert 3: Wisconsin Coalition to Ground the Drones 5th Anniversary Celebration
Action Alert 4: TeleSeminar: What is a Water Drop Alert and Why Should I Care?
Action Alert 1: Downtown Madison Vigil for Peace 35th Anniversary - Madison
Action Alert 2: Building a Common Agenda for Good Food in Milwaukee TeleSeminar - Milwaukee
Action Alert 3: Peace & Justice Book Circle - Madison
Action Alert 4: Stand with Standing Rock - Racine
Action Alert 5: Donate to WNPJ this Giving Tuesday
Action Alert 1: Peace Wreath Workshops - Madison
Action Alert 2: An Evening with Laila El-Haddad - Madison
Action Alert 3: Arrive Together: Building a 21st Century Transportation System for Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Action Alert 4: Faith and Solar Initiative - Milwaukee
Action Alert 1: Vegan Bake and Craft Sale
Action Alert 2: Sign Up to Become a Wage Theft Monitor
Action Alert 3: Book Discussion - Fields of Blood: Religion and The History of Violence
Action Alert 4: ACLU Action -- Tell Congress to Reject Russell
Action Alert 5: NoDAPL Rally and Solidarity March
Action Alert 1: Armistice Day Program
Action Alert 2: Tickets for 6th Annual Milwaukee Muslim Women's Coalition Fundraising Dinner
Action Alert 3: Backyard Women's Mosaic Project Benefit
Action Alert 4: Veterans Day Program
Action Alert 5: DIVEST UW
Thanks for the robust crowd at our 25th anniversary Fall Assembly! Attendees heard a great panel discussion facilitated by board member Jessica Williams. The panel highlighted work that WNPJ and member groups have done with anti-war/pro-peace, immigrant rights, mining, race-based native mascots, and racial justice work. All of the panelists have years of experience in their field: Carlos Miranda, Barb Munson, Pat Popple, Bonnie Block and Z! Haukeness.
By Al Gedicks
Imagine an open pit mine deeper than the height of Wisconsin’s tallest building, Milwaukee’s U.S. Bank tower. The depth of that pit, a mere 150 feet from the Menominee River (a major Lake Michigan tributary that forms the Wisconsin-Michigan border and flows into Green Bay) would exceed 700 feet. The pit would be 2,000 feet wide and 2,500 feet long. That would be the enormous size of the controversial open pit gold and zinc sulfide mine recently given preliminary approval by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ).
Come to the Fall Assembly
We are excited to be celebrating our 25th year of work towards the realization of a peaceful, just, and sustainable world at this Fall's Assembly taking place Saturday, October 15th in Madison! We will take a look back with a panel discussion of our history as we Honor our Past and Vision our Future. We will honor our past board members, staff, and volunteers. We will present our Lifetime Achievement Award to Steve Braunginn, one of our original co-chairs. We invite you all to join us for this very special celebration! Please go to wnpj.org for more information about the Fall Assembly. You can indicate your interest and share our Facebook event and buy your tickets at Eventbrite. Don't forget to mark your calendars and expect a call!
In communities across America, open burning and detonation of hazardous waste explosives results in the uncontrolled release of toxic heavy metals, energetic compounds, perchlorate, nitrogen oxides, dioxins and other carcinogens to the environment, placing the health of our soldiers, workers and neighbors at risk.
July 15th Action Alert
Action Alert 1: Oil Train Parade & Paddle
Action Alert 2: Rescheduled - Racial Justice Tipping Point Direct Action Conference Call
Action Alert 3: Bring ALL Troops Home from Afghanistan
Action Alert 4: Hold Chief Koval Accountable
On July 6, President Obama announced his intention to maintain 8,400 troops on the ground and in harms way in Afghanistan.
United for Peace and Justice opposes this continuation of ENDLESS WAR that has neither reduced incidences of terrorism throughout the world, nor made life safer for the people of Afghanistan or here at home.
Exactly one month ago, United for Peace and Justice participated in the Left Forum 2016 in New York City. The Left Forum is one of the largest gatherings of radicals and leftists in theUnited States, with thousands of participants and hundreds of workshops, panels, and plenaries.
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|Event Title||Event Date|
|Standing Rock Celebration - Madison||12/09/16|
|Citizen Action’s Annual Meeting - Milwaukee||12/09/16|
|Racial Justice Living Room Conversations - Madison||12/11/16|
|ACLU Legal Observer Training - Madison||12/14/16|
|WI Coalition to Ground the Drones and End the Wars Potluck & Program - Madison||12/15/16|
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Eric Hansen, Sand oil pipelines threaten Wisconsin. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, June 18, 2016, WNPJ member, Eric Hansen, is an award-winning essayist, outdoor writer, conservation campaigner and public speaker.
David Newby, Ecomonic Diversity Still Matters, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 10/8/15. President emeritus of the Wisconsin State AFL-CIO
Paul Geenen, Stronger gun laws needed. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 6/28/15. WAVE (a WNPJ member group) Supporter from Whitefish Bay and the Milwaukee Chapter Lead for Organizing for Action.