Wisconsin Faith Voices for Justice is pleased to announce its Annual Membership Meeting will take place this year at Baraboo First United Methodist Church, and will feature keynote speaker Ken Taylor, Executive Director of the Wisconsin Council on Children and Families.
“We are eager to hear about the Race to Equity Report and the work that is currently being done to address some of the deeply systemic issues of racism and classism that afflict our society,” said Rabbi Bonnie Margulis, President of Wisconsin Faith Voices for Justice. “We are also delighted to bring our Annual Meeting to Baraboo this year. Too often, social justice and advocacy organizations get stuck in the Madison-Milwaukee bubble. Wisconsin Faith Voices for Justice is eager to live out the promise in our name and reach out to all parts of our state”.
WFVJ’s Annual Membership Meeting is a great opportunity, not only to hear about the Race to Equity Report, but also to learn about WFVJ’s work and priorities, and to find out how you can be involved in their work. The event, which takes place on Thursday, May 21, from 4:00 to 6:00 pm, at Baraboo First United Methodist Church, is free and open to the public. Dues-paying members of WFVJ will vote in new board members during the meeting. The organization requests that interested persons RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 18.