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Participants in WNPJ's 30th Year Celebration event -April 24, 2021

Congratulations WNPJ on the 30th Year Celebration.

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Spotlight on a WNPJ Member Group - Richland Center-Santa Teresa Sister City Project



The Richland Center – Santa Teresa Sister City Project was established to promote people-to-people relationships between Richland Center, Wisconsin, and the municipality of Santa Teresa in Nicaragua.

You all helped to stop the latest attempt to mine near the Menominee River

In 2002, minerals tycoon Tom Quigley drilled test holes just across the Menominee River in Lake Township, Menominee County, Michigan. His discovery of traces of zinc and copper led to the formation of Aquila Resources, which ever since has been trying to construct the open pit Back Forty metallic sulfide mine.

Updated news as of April 30th!

Spotlight on a WNPJ Member Group - Chrysalis

Spotlight on a WNPJ Member Group - WISDOM

WISDOM is a grassroots organization comprised mostly of religious congregations of several different denominations, which works to have a common, collective voice on issues of social justice. In total, WISDOM includes participation from individuals of around 160 WI congregations stemming from 19 distinct religious backgrounds. (photo Talik Akbar - from the WISDOM website)

Sue Ruggles of Milwaukee Receives Appreciation Award from Peace Action WI

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Julie Enslow presenting Sue with an Award of Appreciation from Peace Action WI

Check this compilation of Sue Ruggles' photos and videos of Peace Action WI 

Join WNPJ in our 30th Anniversary virtual Celebration

Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice: Then and Now   

Saturday, April 24th, 6 - 8 pm

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