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MOSES, the WISDOM group in Madison, is looking to hire a new community organizer.

MOSES is a grassroots interfaith community organization based in Madison, WI. The mission of MOSES is to build collective power to dismantle the systems of mass incarceration and mass supervision and to eradicate the racial disparities in our community that contribute to them.

The Community Organizer is responsible for recruiting and training individuals and member congregations/organizations to become effective advocates for systemic change, and for supporting MOSES committees, task forces and activities. 

Legal request filed re: Point Beach Nuclear Reactors (PBNP) located near Two Rivers, WI

PSR WI PETITIONS TO INTERVENE AND REQUESTS HEARING IN OPPOSITION TO NEXTERA ENERGY POINT BEACH'S 80-YEAR OPERATING LICENSE APPLICATION

Don't miss WNPJ voices at this special event 'Until the Flood'/Voices of Gun Violence - March 25th, 7 pm

Milwaukee Repertory Theater presents the powerful theatrical event, Until The Flood in the Stiemke Studio beginning March 13 through April 22.  It explores the reactions of the St. Louis region to the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.

PFAS Testing Near Badger Stalled

 It has been one year since the U.S. Army first announced that toxic PFAS chemicals found in certain firefighting foams had been discovered in soils and groundwater at Badger Army Ammunition Plant (Badger) and area residents are looking for answers.

Citizen Action of WI is hiring for the months of April & May

Citizen Action of Wisconsin is seeking to hire Phonebankers beginning as soon as April 1st of 2021. This

F-35 opponents file second federal lawsuit over Truax basing decision

In a complaint filed Wednesday in federal court, Safe Skies Clean Water Wisconsin says the Air Force and National Guard Bureau failed to follow the law when it considered the impacts of its basing decision.

 

Commentary on Immigration Policy by Wisconsinite, Luis Velasquez

When I was 18, my undocumented parents were pulled over for a broken taillight and deported. Suddenly, I found myself alone. My parents resettled near relatives in Milan. And since I couldn’t realistically care for my two younger brothers, they followed my parents to Italy.
Without legal status myself, I couldn’t visit them. Loneliness and depression hit me in waves, but I held out hope that one day we’d be reunited on American soil. That was a decade ago.
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