Next Scheduled Advocacy Day:
April 4, 2017
9:30 am – 4:00 pm
First United Methodist Church
203 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 the legislature works 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.
Co-sponsors: Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee, Jewish Community Relations Council of Milwaukee, Jewish Federation of Madison, Lutheran Office for Public Policy in Wisconsin, Madison area Urban Ministry, Wisconsin Council of Churches, Wisconsin Faith Voices for Justice and Wisconsin Jewish Conference.
Download the packet of position papers on the 2015 Advocacy Day Priority Issues:
- Criminal Justice Reform
- Safety Net Issues (drug testing, Medicaid expansion, and long term care–IRIS)
- Driver’s Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants
- Public Transit Issues
Information about the 2017 Advocacy Day here