Important Updates Monday, April 2

1. The next Race to Justice Spring Training is SATURDAY in Milwaukee.

  • to learn more about Wisconsin’s Criminal Justice system, and how we can safely reduce the prison population by thousands of people, and restore hope, fairness and sanity to the system
  • to meet with other people who share your passion and concern. Share your story, and hear the stories of others
  • to strategize to be sure these issues are heard by all who are running for state offices and make criminal justice reform a top priority in the 2018 election campaigns. Make sure we get out the vote this fall.

WHO: People who have been involved in the struggle for justice for years, people who are brand new and want to get involved, and everyone in-between.

HOW DO I SIGN UP? Contact any local WISDOM or EXO group, or send your name and preferred date to There is no cost for the training.


  • April 7, WISDOM/EXPO/MICAH office, 2821 N. 4th St, Milwaukee (9 am to 1pm)
  • April 14, Damascus Road Church, 1702 S. Park St., Madison (9 am to 1 pm)
  • April 28, W. Side Moravian Church, 1707 S. Oneida St., Green Bay (11 am to 3 pm)
  • May 4, Peter Rich Community Center, 1201 N. 8th St., Superior, WI,
  • May 5, Immanuel Lutheran Church, 501 Grover Road, Eau Claire

2. The video of last week’s excellent production, “Like an Animal in a Cage”, on the horrors of solitary confinement in Wisconsin, is now available. Click HERE. Our thanks and appreciation to the cast and crew and Tim Coursen, the filmmaker.

3. Registration deadline is April 6 for the Just Leadership USA Emerging Leaders Training for formerly incarcerated people and those who care about them. For application and details:
Saturday, April 21, 2018: 8am - 4pm
Milwaukee Area Technical College, 700 W. State Street, Milwaukee

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