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Big Step Towards Citizenship for All Passes U.S. House of Representatives

Voces de la Frontera Applauds All Three Wisconsin House Democrats for Standing with Immigrant Families in Support of Historic Legislation

Spotlight on a WNPJ Member Group - Worker Justice Wisconsin

Established in 2018, the Worker Justice Wisconsin, Inc. is a collective of individuals, religious congregations, interfaith organizations, labor unions and community organizations that are passionate about economic and worker justice. Worker Justice Wisconsin understands that worker justice is vital for a fair economy. The organization constructs communal, collective worker power through training, labor rights education, collective action and community engagement with a concentration on interfaith involvement.

Spotlight on a WNPJ Member Group - The Peregrine Forum of Wisconsin

The Peregrine Forum of Wisconsin is a non profit organization with a variety of interests. Established in 2004 by David Williams, the Peregrine Forum of Wisconsin is a group promoting radical, green transformation for the world. The organization promotes this mission through community forums, film screenings, and sharing of educational literature.

Spotlight on a WNPJ Member Group - Building Unity Wisconsin

Building Unity Wisconsin is a non-partisan, multi-organizational project with the goal of creating a well-orchestrated, united movement for peace, justice, sustainability and democracy.

Spotlight on a WNPJ Member Group - The Farley Center

The Farley Center for Peace, Justice and Sustainably is a center dedicated to socially progressive change, community partnership, sustainability and ecological justiceThis member group was started by longtime family physicians, Linda and Gene Farley, who were dedicated to making the world better and more desirable for all. Located outside of Verona, Wisconsin, the gathering house and farm they built were centered on the idea of making land more accessible to those who have little resources to purchase land. The Farleys also understood the importance of locally grown agriculture that creates a legacy of sustainability. 

Spotlight on a WNPJ Member Group - Sinsinawa Dominicans

Sinsinawa Dominicans - a WNPJ member group comprised of women dedicated to preaching and teaching the Gospel. Based in Sinsinawa Mound in southwest Wisconsin, the Sisters believe that at the heart of ministry is relationship. Today, more than 300 Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters in the United States and abroad participate in the mission shared by all Dominicans: to proclaim the Gospel in word and deed.

Victory: By 10-1 Vote Burlington Vermont City Council Passes a Resolution to Divest From Weapons Manufacturers!


The Burlington, Vermont City Council passed a resolution on July 12, 2021 that would keep the city from investing in weapons manufacturers and requests that the Burlington Employees’ Retirement System divest from any weapons manufacturing companies if any assets are currently invested.

It's Chrysalis Pops Season! - Madison

Our Pops are now sold at all three Willy St. Co-op locations and Brittingham Boats. We welcome the opportunity to cater your next special event! Check out our website for more information and to order your pops!

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