Creating a More Just Community
In response to the “Race to Equity” report produced by the Wisconsin Council for Children and Families, the many shootings by police of unarmed African-Americans across the country, and statewide mass incarceration, the Creating a More Just Community working group emerged at Grace Episcopal Church in 2015.
Currently, members of Creating More Just Community is active in advocacy, education, and volunteering with other agencies that offer services to formerly incarcerated people and people experiencing homelessness.
When the Diagnosis is Racism.
Beginning January 20, 2019, Creating More Just Community, under the leadership of Lynn McDonald and Dr. Joanne Pritchett, have sponsored four luncheons and conversations on racism. The series will continue o March 17, and April 28. If you are interested in participating, please email email@example.com
Join us for Advocacy Day
People of Faith United for Justice
Thursday, April 11
8:30 am – 4:00 pm
First United Methodist Church
Near the Capital Square
203 Wisconsin Avenue, Madison
More information and registration here:
Sponsored by Wisconsin Council of Churches, WI Faith Voices For Justice,
Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee, Lutheran Office for Public Policy,
Madison Area Urban Ministry, Milwaukee Jewish Federation, Jewish Federation of Madison
Wisconsin Jewish Conference
If you have ideas or would like to get involved in this effort,
please contact one of the members of the
Creating More Just Community working group:
Mary Ann Cook