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Citizen Action is hiring - 3 positions

Citizen Action of Wisconsin is seeking to hire a Movement Organizing Director and a Health Equity Organizer.

Please feel free to share widely within your networks.  The position is based in the Greater Milwaukee area, so we are looking for individuals who currently live in GMA, or are willing to relocate.

The Southeastern Wisconsin Co-op Organizer Position has been filled.

Forward! Marching Band - Raise Your Voice Up VIDEO

While the Covid Pandemic has mostly kept us off the streets and from doing what we love the most-gathering a crowd and building community-we have been staying engaged with each other and trying to make new connections with other groups. We've created a couple of online videos during the pandemic and would be interested in working with WNPJ member groups who would like to use our music and/or videos to enhance their online events or social media presence.

Vigil at the Governor's Mansion to stop COVID in Wisconsin prisons

Tuesday, Nov 24:
Dozens of members of EXPO, MOSES and WISDOM gathered outside t

“Back Forty” Mine is a Threat to the Menominee River

by Al Gedicks, Executive Secretary of the Wisconsin Resources  Protection Council (www.wrpc.net)

 

December WNPJ 2020 Newsletter is here!

Reflexive Justice - Volk Field

Today Phi Runkel, Catholic Worker Archivist and I were convicted of trespassing on the Volk field military base in Juneau County, Wisconsin on November 12, 2019.  The court procedure reminded me of the military training of soldiers, to kill reflexively without the use of conscience.

Wisconsin Judge Refuses To Delay November 16 Trial Due To Covid-19

November 10, 2020, The Wisconsin Coalition to Ground the Drones and End the Wars: In a letter dated November 2, 2020, Judge Stacey Smith of the Juneau County District Court in Mauston, Wisconsin, denied the motions made by seven antiwar activists to adjourn their trial scheduled for November 16.

CSWAB VICTORY! Wisconsin Recommends Groundwater Standards for 18 PFAS Chemicals. Communities Call on Legislature to Fund Statewide Testing of Public Water Supplies

Citizens for Safe Water Around Badger is pleased to report that state health officials have recommended new groundwater quality standards for 18 PFAS chemicals that are currently unregulated in Wisconsin. With these new health-based guidelines in hand, it now falls to the state legislature to secure resources for long-overdue testing of Wisconsin’s public drinking water systems. With few exceptions, public water utilities across the state have resisted voluntary testing for PFAS primarily due to the added cost.

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