WISCONSIN FAITH VOICES FOR JUSTICE - moving from charity to justice
We are Wisconsin Faith Voices for Justice. We draw on the wisdom, courage, and strength of our various faith traditions to advance the common good. As progressive people of faith committed to crossing religious boundaries, we uphold the dignity of all human beings. Through advocacy, education, and partnership, we lift the voices of those who are underserved.
Who We Are, What We Do, Why We Do It
WFVJ ED Speaks to PBS on Voter Suppression
Wisconsin Faith Voices for Justice Executive Director Rabbi Bonnie Margulis was interviewed on Here and Now on PBS Wisconsin on the voter suppression efforts in our state legislature.
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Dane Sanctuary Coalition
Dignity at Work Coalition
I Got the Shot
Interfaith Community Building Initative
Moving from Charity to Justice Workshop
The Minimum Wage Challenge
Wisconsin Interfaith Voter Engagement Campaign
September 17 - Citizenship Day
September 11 - National Day of Prayer
September 6 - Labor Day
September - National Hispanic Heritage Month
August 26 - Women’s Equality Day
August 16 - Taking a Faithful Stance for Equity
August 9 - Prayer Vigils for Racial Equity
August 3 - Black Women’s Equal Pay Day
August 2 - Prayer Vigils for Racial Equity
August - Diversity Awareness Month
Wisconsin Faith Voices for Justice partners with Worker Justice Wisconsin to provide accurate information about the
My faith, my vote, my story
Over the past year, the Wisconsin Interfaith Voter Engagement Campaign has been collecting stories from faith leaders and people of faith, sharing why they believe voting is a sacred responsibility and right of every citizen.
AD COUNCIL COVID-19 VACCINE EDUCATION INITIATIVE: Tuskegee Legacy - Omar
The Ad Council and COVID Collaborative’s “It’s Up To You” campaign highlights stories from the descendants of the U.S. Public Health Service Syphilis Study at Tuskegee to build confidence in public health within Black communities, especially as it relates to the COVID-19 vaccines.
Learn more about their stories, the Ad Council's campaign, and COVID-19 resources here.
in the news
Wisconsin faith leaders held a press conference June 9 at SS Morris Community AME Church on Madison’s east side. *Photo: Madison 365