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This calendar is brought to you by the friendly volunteer collective of the Madison Infoshop (IWW jobshop I.U. 620)! We are a nonhierarchical freespace and activist clearinghouse that needs your support to survive and flourish. Check out our free lending library (videos, books, periodicals, zines), our other community resources (fax machine, computers with internet access, art supplies, theater props, graphix and stencils, button maker, sewing machine). We also host meetings and help organize events.
1019 Williamson St., Madison, WI 53703
Disclaimer: According to official UW-Madison policy only those UW events that are sponsored by an academic department are open to the general public. Otherwise they are limited to UW-Madison students, staff, faculty, and/or members of registered student organizations.
Midwest Flood Solidarity Action Alert!
Storms and flooding in late August have now been blamed for close to 25 deaths across the upper Midwest, with family farmers and other rural residents in parts of MN, WI, and IA especially hard hit. Some homes were literally swept away by mudslides, along with livestock, fences, vehicles, and equipment. Hundreds of people had to be evacuated and are now displaced as dams neared the point of bursting and flooding made homes uninhabitable. Other families have been physically isolated for days due to loss of phone lines and washout of many rural roads.
For the most up-to-date info on road conditions in southwest WI visit: http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/travel/flood.htm
Several Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) operations that supply produce to hundreds of families, as well as many grocery co-ops in WI, MN, and IA, also suffered greatly. Harmony Valley CSA lost close to 50 acres under production, while Featherstone CSA lost almost a third of its vegetables and fruit. Given that this corner of the Midwest is home to the second largest cluster of organic farms in the U.S., the impact of this flood on consumers across the country could be immense.
Greta Wing Miller, who produced a 2006 documentary on organic farming in Wisconsin, has just compiled a 9 min. video short on the flood’s impact on organic farmers in the Kickapoo Region, with footage from Jai Kellum of Avalanche Organics.
To watch the video follow this link: http://web.mac.com/milhug
Copies of the video are also available for free check out from the Madison Infoshop, 1019 Williamson St. in Madison #608-262-9036
The National Guard was called out in MN to assist those affected by the flooding, and Pres. Bush recently declared several affected counties as federal disaster areas. But given the government’s pathetic response to Hurricanes Katrina/Rita in the Gulf two years ago, we have learned that one can not rely on the state to come to the rescue. Grassroots solidarity, reciprocity, and good old fashioned mutual aid are still the best survival options for any community in the wake of a disaster.
We are now starting to receive phone calls from some of those in dire need. The untimely loss of a few cows or a tractor can destroy a family farm forever, and we intend to respond as best we can.
To this end, Family Farm Defenders is accepting tax deductible donations to support Midwest farmer recovery efforts. Checks can be sent to Family Farm Defenders, P.O. Box 1772 Madison, WI 53701. Please indicate “flood recovery” in the memo line.
Many of those who live and farm in the Driftless Region have already been assisting their neighbors and are donating surplus produce to emergency feeding operations. Other volunteers have come from further away to prepare food, clean up debris, and otherwise lend a hand where best they can.
One such volunteer opportunity is American Rainbow Rapid Response which can be reached by calling Serene at #828-265-0888. This is the same group that responded so rapidly and effectively in the Gulf Region two years ago.
Just Coffee, Madison’s 100% fair trade coffee roaster, is also planning to unveil a special flood recovery coffee very soon which will be available for fundraising efforts. Contact Just Coffee for more details: #608-204-9011
Other non profit farm advocate groups in the affected region are also accepting donations earmarked for flood recovery efforts:
The Land Stewardship Project is accepting donations and other forms of assistance through its Lewiston, MN office:
#507-523-3366 or stettler@...
The Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP) is also accepting donations through its Sow the Seeds Fund. You can make a donation online at: http://www.sowtheseedsfund.org/
or by mailing a check to: Sow the Seeds Fund c/o IATP
2105 First Avenue South, Minneapolis MN 55404 USA
Numerous Midwest natural foods co-ops are also accepting flood relief donations through Sow the Seeds. These would include:
* North Country Co-op - MN
* St Peter Co-op - MN
* Menominee Market – WI
* Viroqua Food Co-op - WI
* Stevens Point Co-op - WI
* Linden Hills Co-op - MN
* Seward Co-op - MN
* Lakewinds Co-op - MN
* Mississippi Market - MN
* Eastside Co-op - MN
* The Wedge - MN
* Willy Street - WI
* Just Food Co-op - MN
* Outpost Natural Foods - WI
Together, we can make a difference!
Thanks – John Peck on behalf of Family Farm Defenders
Fall 2007 Madison Class on the History of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Sundays (biweekly) beginning Sept. 9th through Dec. 16th
6:30 pm Escape Java Joint (916 Williamosn St.)
Main study text will be David Hirst’s The Gun and the Olive Branch: The Roots of Violence in the Middle East (Nation Books 2003) with Ilan Pappe’s Histoyr of Modern Palestine (Cambridge Univ. Press 2006) as a supplemental reading. Other readings on specific topics will be made available, and other special forums also scheduled. The class is free, though donations are welcome to help cover the cost of the meeting space.
Sponsored by the Committee for Justice in the Middle East and the Peregrine Forum. Info? #442-8399 or dvdwilliams51@...
Wisconsin Community Fund Media Justice Grants Available!
Applications are due on Monday, October 2, 2007.
For more information or to get a 2007 Media Justice Fund Application please call or email the WCF office 608-251-6834 or betsy@.... Applications are also available at www.wcfund.org along with descriptions of the two types of media grants.
Mon. Sept. 3rd 12:00 Noon – 5:30 pm Labor Temple (1602 S. Park St.) Labor Fest 2007! Music, great food, solidarity roll call, literature tables, magic shows, face painting, and other kids activities. Performers include: Bumpus and John Chimes Natch’l Blues Band. Info? #256-5111
Mon. Sept. 3rd 12:30 pm UW Madison Library Mall. Bike for Peace! Matthew Stauffer, who is biking across the U.S. against the war, will make a stop in Madison. Info? 608-575-1755
Tues. Sept. 4th 5:00 pm City County Building steps (MLKJ Blvd just off the Capitol Square) Madison City Council considers an impeachment resolution, similar to that already passed by the Dane County Board. Join us for street theater, rally, and press event prior to the debate. You can also contact your city alder in support of the resolution, register in support that evening, and also speak if you wish. Info? #873-4886
Tues. Sept. 4th 7:00 pm UW Madison Memorial Union (Check Today in the Union for exact location) and 9:00 pm Madison Infoshop (1019 Williamson St.) Report Back from the Labor Day weekend planning meeting of the Twin Cities Welcoming Committee for the Republican National Convention. The People’s Networking Convention (PNC) will be held in Madison in 2008, followed by a two week bike ride (mobile village of resistance) that will travel to St. Paul to challenge the Republican National Convention (RNC). Info? infopnc@...
Wed. Sept. 5th 12:00 Noon UW-Madison, Rm. 206 Ingraham Hall. What is Wrong With Colonial History Anyway? – African Studies Sandwich Seminar with Emeritus Professor, Jan Vansina, UW Depts. of History and Anthropology. Info? #262-2380
Thurs. Sept. 6th 6:30 pm Escape Java Joint (916 Williamson St.) Crude Awakening: The Oil Crash. Screening of the new film by European journalists and filmmakers, Basil Gelpke and Ray McCormack. Crude Awakening tells the story of how our civilization’s addiction to oil puts it on a collision course with geology. Compelling, intelligent, and highly entertaining, the film visits with the world’s top experts and comes to a startling, but logical conclusion – our industrial society, built on cheap and readily available oil, must be completely re-imagined and overhauled. Presented by the Green Action Network. Info? tntnbt@... or #332-1493
Fri. Sept. 7th 6:00 – 7:30 pm UW-Madison Chazen Art Museum. Reception for the Exhibition of Michael Kienitz Photographs: Small Arms--Children of Conflict. This is an exhibition of thirty-six photographs of children taken during some of the fiercest conflicts since the Vietnam War, in places such as Belfast, Lebanon, and Central America. The exhibition continues through Oct. 28th Info? #263-2068. www.chazen.wisc.edu
Fri. Sept. 7th 7:00 pm Barrymore Theater (2090 Atwood Ave.) Whose War is this Anyway? Kickoff Event for Fighting Bobfest, featuring: Bob McChesney, founder of Free Press; John Nichols, editor at the Capital Times; and Jeremy Scahill, journalist with Democracy Now and author of Blackwater. Tickets are $5.00. Info? #241-8633
Sat. Sept. 8th 8:30 am – 5:30 pm Sauk County Fair Grounds in Baraboo, WI
Fighting Bobfest IV! This year’s progressive chautauqua features: Cindy Sheehan, Laura Flanders, Doris “Granny D” Haddock, Jim Hightower. Rep. David Obey, Rep. Tammy Baldwin. Rep. Gwen Moore, Lt. Gov. Barbara Lawton, WI State Sen. Lean Taylor, Stan Gruszynski, Ed Garvey, Mike McCabe, among many others. Lots of info tables, and great food. Info? www.fightingbobfest.org
Sat. Sept. 8th 10:00 am – 8:00 pm Lakeview Park (Mendota Ave. at Allen Blvd.) 10th Annual Pagan Pride Day! Workshops, panels, ceremonies, vendors, info tables, live music, kids activities! Info? www.paganprideday.net
Sat. Sept. 8th 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Madison Public Library (201 W. Mifflin St.) Divest From the Israeli Occupation (DFIO) Campaign meeting. Info? # 442-8822
Sun. Sept. 9th 8:30 – 11:00 am Wilmar Center (953 Jenifer St.) Madison Hours Pancake Breakfast! The pancakes are organic and vegan. You can get 'em plain or with nuts and/or fruits. There's oven-roasted potatoes, organic fair trade coffee, oj, live music, friends and neighbors, and so forth and so on. Best of all, it helps keep local currency healthy in Madison, WI!! Just $7.50 for Adults, kids eat free. Up to 1/4 HOUR is accepted per admission. Info? www.madisonhours.org
Mon. Sept. 10th 6:30 pm Madison Infoshop (1019 Williamson St.) Madison Infoshop Collective potluck and biweekly meeting. Come and meet others involved with your local activist “hot spot” and community center! Info? #262-9036 www.madisoninfoshop.org
Tues. Sept. 11th 5:00 – 8:00 pm Kohl Center UW-Madison Student Organization Fair! New to campus? Looking for something to do besides studying? Here is your chance to check out hundreds of extracurricular organizations! Info? #263-0365
Tues. Sept. 11th 7:00 pm Escape Java Joint (916 Williamson St.) Worker Co-ops in Venezuela! – video and talk by Kelli Germond, who has been working with the Pozon agricultural worker cooperative in Venezuela.
Tues. Sept. 11th 7:00 pm Ouverture Center, Capitol Theater (227 State St.) Wisconsin Academy Begins a Special Mini Series with a talk on Immigration Now and Then by Prof. Thomas Archdeacon, UW Dept. of History.
Subsequent mini series presentations will include:
Tues. Sept. 18th 7:00 pm Immigration Here at Home with Jose Olivieri, immigration attorney with Michael Best and Friedrich in Milwaukee.
Tues. Sept. 25th 7:00 pm Feeling Their Clout: the New Immigration and Political Power with Benjamin Johnson, exec. dir. of the American Immigration Law Foundation in DC
Tues. Oct. 2nd 7:00 pm Immigration Today: the Problem and the Debate About Solutions with Tamar Jacoby of the Manhattan Institute
All events are free and open to the public, though a $3 donation is suggested. Seating is on a first come, first serve basis. Info? #263-1692 x13
Wed. Sept. 12th 12:00 Noon UW-Madison, Rm. 206 Ingraham Hall. The Legacies of Leopold Sedar Senghor and Birago Diop: An Intergenerational Dialogue – African Studies Sandwich Seminar with Emeritus Professor, Edris Makward, UW Dept. of African Languages and Literature. Info? #262-2380
Thurs. Sept. 13th 7:00 pm UW-Madison Memorial Union (check Today in the Union for exact location) V for Venezuela, the Struggle for Democracy Has Only Just Begun – talk by Bernardo Alvarez Herrera, Ambassador of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to the United States.
Thurs. Sept. 13th – Sat. Sept. 15th UW-Madison – Various Venues
Madison World Music Festival! All events free and open to the public!
Thurs. Sept. 13th 4:00 pm Tripp Commons Margaret Beissinger Lecture Ismail Thurs. Thurs. Sept. 13th 6:00 pm Play Circle Lumanovski Lecture/demo
Thurs. Sept. 13th 7:00 pm Union Terrace Ilgi (Latvia)
Thurs. Sept. 13th 9:00 pm Union Terrace NY Gypsy All-Stars (Turkey Macedonia, Greek and Balkan)
Fri. Sept. 14th 12:00 Noon Ingraham Margaret Beissinger Lecture
Fri. Sept. 14th 3:00 pm Play Circle Chirgilchin Workshop 9/14
Fri. Sept. 14th 5:30 pm Union Terrace Huong Thanh (Vietnam)
Fri. Sept. 14th 6:30 pm Union Theater Chirgilchin (Tuva)
Fri. Sept. 14th 7:00 and 9:15 pm Union Terrace Dragon Knights (Stilt Walkers)
Fri. Sept. 14th 7:45 pm Union Terrace Puerto Plata (Dominican Republic)
Fri. Sept. 14th 9:00 pm Union Theater Haale (Iran)
Fri. Sept. 14th 10:00 pm Union Terrace Romano Drom (Hungary)
Sat. Sept. 15th 11:00 am Play Cirlce Romano Drom Workshop
Sat. Sept. 15th 5:00 and 7:15 pm Union Terrace Dragon Knights (Stilt Walkers)
Sat. Sept. 15th 5:45 pm Union Terrace Acosta (Cuba)
Sat. Sept. 15th 7:00 pm Union Theater Rodriguez/El Medioni (Cuba/Algeria)
Sat. Sept. 15th 8:00 pm Union Terrace Dhoad Gypsies (Rajasthan)
Sat. Sept. 15th 9:30 pm Union Theater Gerard Edery Trio (Sephardic Jewish)
Sat. Sept. 15th 10:00 pm Union Terrace Louis Mhlanga (Zimbabwe)
Times and stages are subject to change! For updates: www.union.wisc.edu/worldmusic
Sat. Sept. 15th 8:00 am – 1:30 pm Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd off the Capitol Square.
Food for Thought Festival! Guest speaker is Dan Barber, chef and co-owner of Blue Hill in NYC! Live music, cooking demos, literature tables, great food, farm animals, and kids activities. Info? www.reapfoodgroup.org
Sat. Sept. 15th 9:00 am – 12:00 Noon Meriter Maingate (333 W. Main St.) Progressive Roundtable with a review by Prof. Ted Kinnaman of two recent books by David Harvey: Brief History of Neoliberalism and the New Imperialism. Sponsored by the Madison Institute. Info? www.themadisoninstitute.org
Sat. Sept. 15th 2:00 pm & Sun. Sept. 16th 11:00 am Williamson St. – Madison’s EastSide. Willy St. Fair! Sun. morning parade, plus lots of great music, food, kids’ activities, info tables, and craft vendors. Info? www.willystreetfair.org
Tues. Sept. 18th 3:00 pm UW-Madison, Rm. 206 Ingraham Hall. Screening of the film: Oberlin-Inanda: The Life and Times of John L. Dube. John Dube (1871-1946) was cofounder of the African National Congress (ANC) and its first presidnet. Post-film discussion with Prof. Cherif Keita, Dept. of Romance Languages and Literature, Carleton College. Info? #262-2380
Wed. Sept. 19th 12:00 Noon UW-Madison, Rm. 206 Ingraham Hall. Are the Orishas More Popular Than Sacred? – African Studies Sandwich Seminar with John Mason, founder of the Yoruba Theological Arch Ministry, Brooklyn, NY. Info? #262-2380
Mon. Sept. 24th 7:00 pm Wilmar Center (953 Jenifer St.) Weston A. Price Foundation - Madison Chapter Meeting – this month’s topic: Iodine- Why We Can Not Live Without It. Farm Sales at 8:00 pm. Info? #221-8696 or www.geocities.com/madison_wapf
Sat. Sept. 29th 8:00 am Meet at Hancock & Wilson St. in Madison. Train Tour to Spring Green – hosted by Sustain Dane. This premier one-day eco-tourism experience will support Wisconsin's placement on the national map for eco-tourism and support local businesses and sustainable transportation and agriculture. Tickets are $30 and must be purchased before Sept 21st. Info? http://www.sustaindane.org/Pages/train.htm
Sat. Sept. 29th Bike the Barns! MACSAC’s First Annual Tour de CSA! Check out Dane County’s beautiful farmland with visits to four local community supported agriculture (CSA) operations. Registration is $35 and includes breakfast, snacks, and a three course lunch prepared by the folks of Underground Catering, Cafe Soleil, and others. Proceeds go towards the Prtner Shares Program of the Madison Area Community Supported Agriculture Coalition (MACSAC). Registration deadline is Sept. 22nd. For a registration form and more info, visit: www.macsac.org
Fri. Oct. 5th – Sun. Oct. 7th Sister Cities’ National Gathering in Madison! Stay tuned for more details. If you would like to host and out of town visitor, please contact: mascp@...
Sat. Oct. 6th – Sun. Oct. 7th 12:00 Noon UW-Madison Library Mall 37th Annual Marijuana Harvest Festival! Live music, speakers, vendors, info tables! Info? www.madisonnorml.org
Thurs. Oct. 18th 6:30 - 8:00 pm Edgewood College – Lake Rm. Regina Hall. Eating the Farm Bill: Why Federal Farm Policy Matters to You. - Presentation by Margaret Krome. agriculture policy program director for the Michael Fields Agriculture Institute. Sponsored by Pax Christi. Info? #233-1898 or trudijenny@...
Regular Meetings & Events:
Each Monday (except federal holidays) 12:00 Noon -1:00 pm Peace vigil at corner of Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd & Doty St. in front of U.S Post Office. All Welcome! Bring your peace signs/banners! Info? mbspeace1@...
Each Mon. 5:30 pm Motherfools Coffeehouse (1101 Williamson St.) Crotchet and Knitting Group. Info? #259-1301.
Each Mon. 6:00 pm Syntropy Co-op (812 Jenifer St.) Clean Energy Dance Mob! Do you like house, goa-trance, breakbeat music? How about fire dancing, twirling, drum circles? Do you care about Madison’s coal plant pollution? Then, join us!
First Monday of the month. Outreach Center (600 Williamson St. – in the Gateway Mall). Monthly meeting of the Madison Pagan Unity Council. Join with us, and together we will push forward to make the 21st century of the Common Era the one that will be seen as the dawn of pagan unity. Info? #237-1575 www.madisonPUC.org
First Monday of the month. 6:30 pm. Friendly Supper Club - monthly interracial dinner, all ages welcome. El Pastor Mexican Restaurant (2010 S. Park St.) Info? #249-5979
First and Third Monday of the month. 6:00 pm Madison Infoshop (1019 Williamson St.) Madison Infoshop Collective meeting. New volunteers. Info? www.madisoninfoshop.org #262-9036
First and third Mon. of every month: 6:30 pm Social Justice Center (1202 Williamson St.) Madison Women for Peace/Code Pink meeting. Info? #274-5922 or www.madwomen.org
Second and Fourth Monday of the month. 7:00 pm Escape Coffeehouse (916 Williamson St.) Madison NORML meeting. Info? http://www.madisonnorml.org
Second Monday of the month. 7:00 pm 122 State St. – 4th Fl. Conf. Rm. Alliance for Animals monthly meeting. Info? #257-6333 or www.allanimals.org
Fourth Monday of the month 7:00 pm Downtown Public Library (210 W. Mifflin) Four Lakes Green Party general membership meeting. For more information or to volunteer with a campaign or project call #20-GREEN or check out http://www.fourlakesgreenparty.org/
Fourth Monday of the month. 7:00 – 9:00 pm Wilmar Center (953 Jenifer St.) Weston A. Price Foundation (WAPF) Madison Chapter meeting. Opportunity for consumers to meet local farmers who are interested in providing natural, pasture-raised, raw and whole foods. Info? #221-8696 www.madison.com/communities/madison_wapf
Each Tuesday 5:00 – 6:00 pm UW-Madison Memorial Union, 4th Fl. Campus Womens’ Center. Body Image Group. Info? #262-8093 www.campuswomenscenter.org
Each Tuesday. 7:00 pm Escape Coffeehouse (916 Williamson St.) Meeting of Impeach Bush, Bring Our Troops Home. Info? #873-4886.
First and third Tues. of every month. 7:00 pm UW-Madison Memorial Union (check Today in the Union TITU for exact location). Amnesty International meeting. Info? emburnett@...
Second Tuesday of the month. 7:15 pm Meriter Main Gate (333 W. Main St.) Monthly meeting of the Dane County Chapter of the United Nations Association -USA. Info? LeeBrown807@...
Third Tuesday of the month. 6:00 – 8:00 pm Social Justice Center (1202 Williamson St.) Monthly Potluck of Madison Hours - your local currency community! Bring a dish to pass and meet other Hours' members. Info? www.madisonhours.org
Third Wed. of the month. 6:00 pm Downtown Madison Library (201 W. Mifflin) Veterans for Peace #25 Monthly Meeting. Info? #767-4099 or www.madison.com/communities/madveteransforpeace
Second and fourth Tues. of the month: 6:30 pm Wilmar Center (953 Jenifer St.)
Madison Area Peace Coalition (MAPC) meeting. Info? www.madpeace.org or #442-0030
Third Wed. of the month. 7:00 pm UW-Madison Red Gym Monthly General Meeting of Returned Peace Corps Volunteers - Madison. Info? rowhome@... or chart@...
Third Wed. of the month. 7:00 pm Southside Police Station (825 Hughes Pl. - just off Park St. near Villager Mall). Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) – Madison Chapter meeting. Info? #238-5740
Each Wed. 4:00 – 5:00 pm Sen. Kohl’s Office (14 W. Main St.) Peace Vigil! Info? #222-7581 or Books24U@...
Each Wed. 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm Escape Java Joint and Gallery (916 Williamson St.) Madison Stitch ‘n Bitch! Bring your yarn and your opinion. All skill levels welcome. Info? #852-5822.
Each Wed. 7:00 pm, WORT-FM, 89.9. “Queery” - a locally produced LGBT program with news and cultural programming, followed by This Way Out, an international LGBT news magazine at 7:30. Info? #256-2001
Each Thurs. 4:00 – 7:00 pm Free Wheel Community Bike Shop (2326 S. Park St. – in Villager Mall next to Yue Wah) Open Shop – bring your bike and join the skill share! We’ll have volunteers on hand to help you out, plus lots of tools and parts, to get you pedaling. Info? www.freewheelbikes.org or #256-3733
First Thurs of the month. Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW) meeting. For specific time and location, contact: tdennis007@...
First and Third Thurs. of every month. Motherfools Coffeehouse (1101 Williamson St.) East Timor Action Network (ETAN) meeting. Info? #244-4563 or madison@... or www.aideasttimor.org
Third Thurs. of every month. 1:00 pm Social Justice Center (1202 Williamson St.) Coalition for Wisconsin Health (CWH) meeting. Info? #835-5849 or kwenban@...
Third Thurs. of every month. 7:00 pm Social Justice Center (1202 Williamson St.) South Central Local of the Socialist Party meeting. Info? #241-2829
First Fri. of Every Month. 3:00 pm Boscobel Hotel on Wisc. Ave. in Boscobel, WI. CodePink Women for Peace meeting. Info? mjmurphy@...
Last Fri. of Every Month. 5:30 pm State Capitol and E. Washington Ave. Critical Mass Bike Ride. Reclaim the streets from autocracy! Info? www.madisoncriticalmass.org
Each Sat. 12:00 Noon - 4:00 pm Free Wheel Community Bike Shop (2326 S. Park St. – in Villager Mall next to Yue Wah) Open Shop – bring your bike and join the skill share! We’ll have volunteers on hand to help you out, plus lots of tools and parts, to get you pedaling. Info? www.freewheelbikes.org or #256-3733
Each Saturday. 2:00 pm Lisa Link Peace Park (corner of Gilman & State) Food Not Bombs. Free healthy vegan food for the whole family! Those who want to help cook or otherwise get involved can call #646-567-0761
First Saturday each month. Vegan Meetup! A gathering of vegans, or folks who just enjoy vegan food, for lunch and conversation. Register at http://vegan.meetup.com/7/members/1811973/
Second Saturday each month. 10:00 am – 12:00 Noon Boscobel Hotel on Wisc. Ave. in Boscobel, WI. Salon discussion with refreshments hosted by Boscobel CodePink Women for Peace. Info? mjmurphy@...
Each Sunday - 11:00 am WORT-FM, 89.9 FM. “Her Turn” -a women's news and public affairs program, featuring news and critical analysis from a feminist perspective. Followed by Her Infinite Variety, a program of women's news and culture, featuring music, interviews and calendars. The show regularly features progressive and left
music and announcements. Info? #256-2001
Each Sunday - 5:00 pm WORT, 89.9 fm. “Third World View” - news & analysis from a critical left, anti-interventionist and anti-imperialist perspective. Info? #256-2001