This coming Sunday, May 30, a car and bike caravan calling for an end to the US economic blockade of Cuba will leave from the Mitchell Park Domes, 524 S. Layton Blvd., after a short send-off at 1 PM.
Discussions after each film. Free and open to all interested. Dedicated to strengthening movements for peace & freedom.
A professor of theology emeritus from Princeton University will talk about his personal journey studying and writing about African American history, as this year’s Metcalfe Lecture, Wednesday, April 18, from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Raynor Memorial Libraries Beaumier Suites BC, 1355 W. Wisconsin Avenue.
Please join us as we once again celebrate the legacy of Jane Jacobs at Turner Hall on Wednesday, May 3rd.
A Read-In to mark the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s historic speech on April 4, 1967 – “Beyond Vietnam” – when he offered his most radical critique of racism, militarism and extreme materialism in the U.S.
Hear firsthand how Cuban believers in the gospel worked to support the goals of the revolution for free and universal healthcare and education, and to bridge the gap between church and government.
Attend this benefit to support Wisconsin’s two young women studying at Havana.
A diverse group of organizations are coming together this Wednesday at 5:30pm to march and rally by the Milwaukee City Hall for Peace in our Community and in the World. The nearly two dozen sponsoring organizations include the Coalition for Justice, which has led many protests against police actions such as the fatal shooting of Dontre’ […]
Tuesday, June 14 | 4 pm & 7 PM: What can we learn from Cuba’s Successes in Combating Illiteracy at home & abroad? Hear Luisa Campos, Director of Cuba’s Museum of Literacy, & see the inspiring film “Maestra,” a short documentary on how young women teaching in Cuba’s historic campaign against illiteracy not only made Cuba one of the […]