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It's April - Find out here what WNPJ member groups are planning this week of April 2 - 9

Updated: Apr 3, 2023

Join the Building Unity Democracy Tour Bus and Vote April 4th + WNPJ’s ‘Weaving the Web’ Drop-In Hour + Sign up your WNPJ group to Table at the Madison Farmer’s Market + other statewide events…

MILWAUKEE Sun Apr 2 - 4 - Building Unity Wisconsin Tour for Justice and Democracy. ”Get-out-the-Vote for Justice Rallies” tour on the way to and in Milwaukee. The General Election is April 4. Have you voted? - More info: and ******************************************************************

Thurs, April 6, 12 noon - 1 pm 'Weaving the Web' - WNPJ's monthly virtual drop-in Hour. Co-hosted this month by WNPJ Board members Erika Bach and Dena Eakles! All are welcome to drop in the first Thursday of each month - agenda, just people who care about peace and justice showing up to connect. Contact with questions. Zoom Meeting Information: Meeting ID: 893 6131 3008 * Passcode: 797041 * +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago) ***************************************

WNPJ member groups can start signing up for a Saturday opportunity to TABLE at the Madison Farmers Market – this Spring and Summer at the Capitol Square. The Farmers Market opening date is April 15th – 7 am to 1 pm …and runs through the Fall on Saturdays. Sign up for your spot today! Bring your own table and hand-outs to the King Street corner of the Square, next to the VFP #25 table! Questions? Contact


Save the Date! Saturday, May 6th. This is our Annual WNPJ Spring Assembly! All welcome to come share their social justice & just transition success stories! We'll be meeting at the Kickapoo Valley Reserve near LaFarge (and providing a zoom/recorded event option). This is our chance to hear about the activities of Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice member groups; form a nominating committee for Officers and WNPJ Board member recruitment; and to conduct any necessary Network business. It's an outreach event, too, as we will be inviting Driftless area member groups and their affiliates to speak about environmental and other issues they share in common. Watch for details! If you'd like to be involved with planning, contact the WNPJ at


Upcoming Events this week for WNPJ groups: (Read about more upcoming events here: VIRTUAL Mon Apr 3rd, 7 - 8"30 pm Webinar: Agriculture Policies & Practices How Agriculture Impacts the Climate - and What We at 350 Wisconsin Can Do About It. Please join us via zoom to hear Mike Friend and Harry Pulliam speak about agriculture policies and practices. Conventional agriculture generates a significant amount of greenhouse gases, in addition to other harmful impacts on water, soil, and human health. However, there are alternative farming practices that can repair the harm, sequester carbon, and support thriving communities, both human and non-human. Come learn how we at 350 Wisconsin can support farmers to use these regenerative practices! Contact for the zoom link. MILWAUKEE Sun. Apr 2nd - Tues. Apr 4th - “Get-out-the-Vote for Justice Rallies” on the way to and in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Times and Locations: TBD – Keep up-to-date at APRIL 4th – VOTE! Need more information about the Referendum Questions on the April 4 Ballot? Contact David Liners, WISDOM Executive Director <> WAUKESHA Wed Apr 5th, 10 am – 5 pm. Joint Finance Committee Hearing - Waukesha County Expo Center, 1000 Northview Rd. The state of Wisconsin has a biennial budget. The state budget that will govern our state's taxes and spending from July 1, 2023, through June 30, 2025, was recently proposed by Governor Evers. You can learn more about the biennial budget here. The state legislature is now in control of the budget. The "Joint Committee on Finance" is a team of 16 Senators and Assembly Representatives who will make their own recommendations to the other members of the legislature. As part of that process, the Joint Finance Committee holds hearings, at which any Wisconsinite can speak for (usually) 2 minutes. They have announced their schedule which is listed below. UW-Eau Claire , Tuesday, April 11,10 am – 5 pm - 2023, Davies Student CenterOjibwe Grand Ballroom (Third Floor)77 Roosevelt Ave.

Wisconsin Dells, Wednesday, April 12, 10 – 5 pm - 2023 Wilderness Resort, Glacier Canyon Conference Center - Sandstone Meeting Room45 Hillman Road,

Minocqua , Wednesday, April 26, 10 – 5 pm, 2023 Lakeland Union High School, 9573 State Highway 70, Questions? Contact: David Liners - WISDOM MADISON Wed Apr 5th, 6 - 7 pm Radicals and Progressives Meet and Eat! Maharani Indian Restaurant, 380 West Washington Avenue. The public is welcome. Hosted by the Peregrine Forum. For more info, call #608-284-9082 or VIRTUAL Thurs, April 6, 12 noon - 1 pm 'Weaving the Web' - WNPJ's monthly virtual drop-in Hour. All are welcome to drop in the first Thursday of each month - agenda, just people who care about peace and justice showing up to connect. Contact with questions. Zoom Meeting Information: Meeting ID: 893 6131 3008 * Passcode: 797041 * +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago) VIRTUAL Thurs Apr 6, 6 - 8 pm WILPF Monthly Virtual Book Club. We'll talk about... "The Seed Keeper". To get the zoom link, reply to: Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom For questions or more information: 608-609-7961 UW-MADISON – Fri Apr 7th, 4 – 6 pm ‘350 WI Art Collective’ Preparing for Earth Day! Meet at Library Mall near Walgreens, every Friday afternoon until Earth Day, April 21st. Join us for speakers, an art project, free food and, most of all, to support the next generation of climate activists. Then on Earth Day, April 22, the students will be holding a rally at Library Mall, followed by a march up State Street. Stay tuned for details about that.350 Wisconsin - VIRTUAL and MADISON Sat Apr 8th, 12 noon to 4 pm "Forward for Health: Building Climate Justice Solutions in Wisconsin". Goodman Community Center, Waubesa Street. Join a spectrum of interprofessional healthcare workers and community leaders will share lessons about how the climate crisis is affecting health in both rural and urban Wisconsin settings. Through interactive panels, stories, and networking, attendees will meet others from across the state that are taking action to improve wellbeing and create a more resilient and just tomorrow. Lunch will be provided for in-person registrants. Student discounts and financial scholarships are also available. To register visit: Sent to WNPJ by Madison Infoshop - MADISON Sat Apr 8th, 11:30 - 2:30 pm War Abolition Walk. Meet at Garver Feed Mill (3241 Garver Green) Vigil, banner, flyer, and/or sing at the Winter Dane County Farmers Market. We'll be on the sidewalk by the Capital City Trail bike path near the west entrance to Garver. 12:00 noon War Abolition Walk to the pedestrian bridge over E Washington Ave & N Marquette St. for a 12:30 pm vigil with banners, greet drivers and bikers; 1:00 pm War Abolition Walk continues north on Starkweather Creek bike path; 1:30 pm Gather at Madison College, corner of Anderson and Wright Streets, vigil with banners; 1:45 pm War Abolition Walk continues on Wright St to Truax; 2:00 - 2:30 Vigil, banner, sing, on the sidewalk across from the gates of Truax ANG Base (3200 Pierstorff St.). More info?

MILWAUKEE Sat Apr 8 12 noon - 1 pm Peace Action WI Weekly 'Stand for Peace'. Meet at Hwy 100 and Bluemound. Each week, a different vigil site in Milwaukee. Bring your signs for peace! Questions? Contact Peace Action WI - or see

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