WHEN: Thursday, June 22 at 4 PM - 6 PM
WHERE: Christ the King Lutheran Church, 1600 N Genesee St, Delafield, WI 53018
Click here to RSVP: by June 20
The Trump Administration’s immigration policies have created a heightened feeling of fear and insecurity in immigrant communities. Our annual meeting focuses on justice for immigrant farm workers. Because of their immigration status, they fear reporting issues such as wage theft and unsafe working conditions.
Join us as we hear from Dr. Diego Calderon, who will share his personal experience as a former immigrant dairy farm worker. Read more....
JOIN WFVJ's RAPID RESPONSE ADVOCACY TEAM!
Pease join our Rapid Response Advocacy Team and put your passion for justice into action! In addition to receiving our regular e-newsletter, you will receive an Action Alert email whenever there is an urgent need for legislative action. Click here to sign up!
Help raise $60,000 so Voces de la Frontera can hire an organizer for its Madison chapter. The organizer they hire will establish a rapid response team that will mobilize allies in the event of a deportation, and build political power through advocacy campaigns and voter turnout.
Learn more about the Challenge and how you can get involved here. This is organized by Congregation Shaarei Shamayim, in collaboration with Voces de la Frontera and Centro Hispano, and co-sponsored by Madison Urban Ministry and Wisconsin Faith Voices for Justice.
If you made minimum wage, you would have $77 to live on this week. Take the Challenge and see how different your life would be! Click to read more...
MOVING FROM CHARITY TO JUSTICE: A WORKSHOP IN FAITHFUL ADVOCACY!
To help us live out our commitment to faith-based social justice advocacy, Wisconsin Faith Voices for Justice presents Moving From Charity to Justice: A Workshop in Advocacy. Learn more here.
FAITH LEADERS BUILDING COMMUNITY, STANDING TOGETHER
In the wake of our Faith Leaders Statement and Proposed Proclamation Against Hate, Wisconsin Faith Voices for Justice convened a group of clergy and people of faith to begin to build an interfaith movement against hate in Dane County and around our state. The overarching goal is to foster trust, build relationships, and create a strong interfaith community that will support and assist each other in the challenging times ahead. We are calling this movement Faith Leaders Building Community, Standing Together.
Read more here about this new movement and find out how to join, plus action steps you can take.
Please help support Wisconsin Faith Voices for Justice!
Your support is vital to our work. Please help us with a tax-deductible on-line contribution or by check made out to Wisconsin Faith Voices for Justice. Send to: WFVJ, 22 Chautauqua Trail, Madison, WI 53719.