This summer’s activist in focus is Emily Giles an art therapist focused on using the creative process to help strengthen individuals and communities.
The rhetoric, like their policies, is divisive. It speaks to the spirit of competition, pitting us in an imagined “us vs. them” scenario where we must compete with each other and prostitute ourselves to the industries and businesses in order to prosper. Unfortunately, this is the reality which Governor Scott Walker and the Republican leadership have imposed upon us.Read More
In Wisconsin, whatever Governor Walker’s intentions may be with his drug testing policy, the evidence shows that to implement such a policy would condemn WI taxpayers to frivolous spending in order to catch insignificant amounts of users. Additionally, it is morally wrong to use taxpayer funds in order to violate the constitutional rights of the poor.Read More
Through the generosity of our donors and hard work of a few volunteers, we were able to purchase the materials for, create, and deliver seventy two care packages that will be handed out to Madison’s homeless population if/when they cannot be admitted to shelters.Read More
There are thousands of individuals in Madison and the surrounding areas that spend the entirety of winter doing one thing – trying to stay alive. Help us change that.Read More
Funding for companies that employ people with disabilities is being threatened across the nation. One woman tells a personal story and asks for your assistance.Read More
The Problem In Kenya, the government only provides education through the eighth grade. In order to attend secondary school students are required to take a National Exam (KCPE) that determines their education track. If students do well enough on the test,…Read More
Education is a fundamental element to a healthy society. When the people of a community lack access to quality education, the ramifications are deep and often times debilitating. Low education is shown to lead to poor health, significantly lower income, which in turn…Read More