WNPJ is a network of over 70 peace and justice organizations.

We foster connections and build collective power for a sustainable future.

WNPJ Fall Assembly

Sunday, Nov. 13th in Milwaukee

Abolition: Addressing the Root Causes of Violence

....with special guest speaker - Angela Harris.

Watch here for the recording of this event - coming soon!

WNPJ Spotlight

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November is Native American Heritage Month. It is a time to celebrate rich and diverse cultures of Native people. It is also a time to rectify harm and to advocate for equity.

From 1778 to 1871, the United States government entered into more than 500 treaties with sovereign tribes; these treaties have been violated or broken by the US government. Native Americans and First Nations Peoples still fight for their treaty rights in federal courts and in the UN.

 

  • Current court cases include: U.S. Supreme Court expands state power over Native American tribes. Article from Reuters.

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 "Good Trouble" at the WNPJ Fall Assembly - 

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On Sunday, November 13th WNPJ hosted its annual Fall Assembly in Milwaukee at Marquette University's Center for Peacemaking(and via zoom, too). Each year we take this time to bring individuals and organizations together, to set the vision for the upcoming year, to honor the effort of peacemakers and peace builders…and to get into some “Good Trouble”.

See photos of the event here: https://www.wnpj.org/post/photos-from-the-wnpj-fall-assembly

                                                                   

This year’s theme was......

Abolition: Addressing the Root Causes of Violence

Click here to learn more....

For more information, contact info@wnpj.org

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