PEACE ACTION OF WISCONSIN CALENDAR
July 9, Tuesday, 7 PM , monthly meeting of the WI Coalition to Normalize Relations with Cuba, Central United Methodist Church, 639 N 25th St. All are welcome.
July 12, Friday, 7 PM, “In the Year of the Pig”, by Emile de Antonio. Friday Freedom Flick on the war in Vietnam. Sponsored by Peace Action WI, Peace Center, 1001 E Keefe Ave
July 12, Friday, 8 PM, Lights for Liberty, Candlelight Vigil to close the ICE Camps. end the detention of migrants and keep families together. Part of a national day of action. Milwaukee City Hall. Accion de Cuidadana de WI, Voces de la Frontera
July 16,, Tuesday, 6 PM. “Race and Color in Latin America”, talk by Patrick Belgarde Smith, Professor Emeritus of the UWM Dept. of African & African Diaspora Studies. Mitchell St Library, 906 W Mitchell St, Milwaukee, Sponsored by Ko Thi Dance Company
July 20, Saturday, 11 AM- 4:30 PM Garfield Avenue Blues, Jazz, Gospel and Arts Festival.Support our work, circulate an anti-war petition, help at our table. Garfield Ave, between Martin Luther King Dr & 6th St. Volunteers call our office at 414-269-9525.
July 25, Thursday, 4 PM, Water Protectors of Milwaukee help plan a Water Walk ( for the Sept. 20 Global Strike for the Climate) with Native Americans at the Congregation of the Great Spirit. 10th & Lapham
July 26, Friday, 7 PM, “Sir, No Sir” about GI resistance during the Vietnam War. Friday Freedom Flick at the Peace Center, 1001 E Keefe Ave
July 27, Saturday, 2-4 PM. Peace Action WI will be a "Bonus Checkpoint" for the Riverwest 24 Bicycle Race. Volunteer to help and represent Peace Action WI,. 1001 E Keefe Ave.
Stand for a Livable Climate every Friday from Noon to 1 PM at the We Energies Headquarters. Protest We Energies refusal to adopt policies for green energy, use of coal and fossil fuels and taxing users of solar power. Meet at Zeidler Park on Michigan Avenue, between 3rd & 4th Streets
August 9, Friday, 5pm, Lanterns for Peace at Washington Park Urban Ecology Center
August 6 to August 9, Solidarity Fast, in remembrance of those who died in Hiroshima & Nagasaki, and to support the Kings Bay 7 anti-nuclear activists who climbed the fence to the Kings Bay, GA Trident Submarine Base. Each sub carries nuclear weapons strong enough to destroy a country. Oral arguments in their trial are August 7. Voices for Creative Non-Violence.
Stand for Peace, Saturdays from Noon to 1 PM
July 13: National & Greenfield
July 20: Capitol & Oakland
July 27: Locust & King
August 3: Howell & Howard
August 10: North & Sherman
August 17: Lincoln Memorial & Michigan
August 24: 92nd & North
August 31 : Lincoln Memorial & Lafayette Hill
End the Wars Coalition meetings, 3rd Wednesday of the month, 7pm
Next meeting will be July 17, 2109 at 7 PM
Peace Action Center, 1001 E Keefe Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53212
Office hours: 10 AM - 3 PM, Mon - Thur