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May Day International Workers' Day: WORKERS OF THE WORLD, UNITED! March and Rally for Immigrant & Workers' Rights
Fri, May 1 2015 3:30pm · The Immigrant Workers Union (IWU), labor and community organizations and their allies will join the national call for immigration reform and workers’ rights on Friday, May 1st...
Civil Rights in an Age of Extremism - a Nation 150th anniversary event
Thu, Apr 30 2015 4pm · A conversation about race, immigration, policing, and what civil rights mean today in Wisconsin & America. Featuring Gary Younge (The Nation & The Guardian), Christine...
Hot Type: 150 Years of The Nation
Wed, Apr 29 2015 7pm · Get earlybird discounted tickets before 4/17: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/hot-type-150-years-of-the-nation-tickets-16406872397?aff=efbevent This year marks the 150th...
Trivia Fundraiser for Paths to Healing conference at Cargo Coffee
Fri, Apr 17 2015 7pm · Trivia contest at Cargo Coffee. Fun and prizes all evening long. Emceed by the Contessa Piranha of Rayvn Entertainment. Asking for a $25 minimum donation per team in advance...
Fight for $15 Rally: Raise Campus Wages to $15
Wed, Apr 15 2015 2pm · Millions of underpaid workers can’t support their families or make ends meet on hourly wages that haven’t kept pace with the bills – or their employers’ profits. Do you agree...
We Won't Stop. $15 and Union: Campus Panel Discussion
Thu, Apr 9 2015 6pm · Join the UW School for Workers, COWS, and the Madison Fight for $15 for a panel discussion about the importance of raising wages. The panel will include campus workers, Madison...
An Evening with Ta-Nehisi Coates
Tue, Apr 7 2015 7:30pm · FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC This public lecture is co-sponsored with the UW-Madison Center for the Humanities. Ta-Nehisi Coates is one of the most original and perceptive...
Ten Dollar House - presented by Broom Street Theater
Fri, Apr 3 2015 8pm · In the worst days of the Depression, Bob Neal and Edgar Hellum paid ten dollars for a crumbling stone house in Mineral Point, WI. They not only restored the building--they...