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Wed Dec 31, 2014, 10:02 AM

 

Wisconsin Council of Churches 2015 Advocacy Day

http://www.wichurches.org/calendar/2015-advocacy-day/

People of Faith United for Justice

Wednesday, April 29, 2015
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Bethel Lutheran Church and First United Methodist Church
Near the Capital Square
312 Wisconsin Avenue, Madison


People of Faith United for Justice is a day-long gathering to learn, discuss, pray and advocate together for social justice issues of importance to all the people of Wisconsin. As a new legislature starts work on the next state budget, our representatives need to hear our values, priorities, and concerns. Together, we can ensure that our commitment to compassion and justice is reflected in that budget.

Keynote Speaker


Hannah Rosenthal, CEO and President of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation, has spent her career as a change agent and successfully advocating for Jewish causes. Prior to her appointment with the Milwaukee Jewish Federation, Hannah served as Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism at the US State Department. She has also served in the Executive Director role for the Chicago Foundation for Women (CFW), the Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA), and the Wisconsin Women’s Council

Hannah is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and studied for the rabbinate in Jerusalem and California. She has long been active in public policy in Wisconsin, serving in support roles to a Wisconsin State Representative and a Wisconsin Member of Congress, as well as heading a Wisconsin state agency and a regional federal agency.

Keynote Respondent


Rev. Everett Mitchell’s life focus has been examining the relationship of the church to social issues, such as poverty, war, incarceration and immigration. His favorite quote, “Do not follow the path that has been given, instead go to where there is no path and leave a trail” exemplifies his community leadership and passion for social justice.
Rev. Mitchell is Director of Community Relations, UW Madison and Pastor, Christ the Solid Rock Baptist Church, Madison and is a graduate of Morehouse College and Princeton Theological Seminary. He also received his J.D. from University of Wisconsin-Madison and prior to his current position with the University worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Dane County. He has served congregations in the National Baptist, American Baptist, Full Gospel, Lutheran and United Methodist, Presbyterian, and Episcopalian traditions.



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Tue Jan 6, 2015, 08:10 AM

1. I was listening to sly and Nicholas discuss Walker's wait to hear from God about weather or not he

should run for President. So I'm hopeful that our religious will have an impact on Walker why he is waiting for his higher calling.

I like this link to tool box for health care for the poor.


http://www.ckfwi.org/2tool-county-brochures.html

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