Monday, May 18 2015
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Monday, May 18 2015
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Monday 5/11/2015 5:30pm
City County Building
210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Madison, WI 53703
At 5:30 (Meeting is at 6:00) Join YGB for a brief teach in and then for the Personnel and Finance meeting where they will be discussing the Resolution that community members have been testifying about the past 3 months.
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Overture Center for the Arts
201 State St. Madison, WI 53703
You are invited to the Justified Art! public reception! Join us on the first floor of the Overture Center in Gallery I for an evening of art, live music, poetry readings, and spoken word performances with refreshments provided by Fresco. Our celebration on May 1st coincides with the city-wide Gallery Night organized by MMoCA, so if you have other art to check out, make sure to add Justified Art! to your list!
Sy Abudu, Brad Baranowski, Anthony Black, Janet Braun-Reinitz, Blanche Brown, Poet Fabu, Jiayu (Olivia) Chen, Halie Conyers, Rolando Cruz, Margaret DeLima, Linda Friend, Rosita González, Linda P. Hancock, Jovita Hogan, Kelli Hoppmann & Ann Orlowski, Tom Jenz, Mutope J. Johnson, Jerry Jordan, Molly Krochalk, Doran London, Michelle Louis, Stephen Marc, Fidencio Martinez, Vernon McCombs, Allen Moore, James Morgan, DarRen Morris, Christopher McIntyre Perceptions, Franklynn Peterson, Bonnie Peterson, Yvette M. Pino, Cynthia Reynolds, Leonel Salazar, Isaac Scott, Barry Sherbeck, Amber Sowards, Camaron Spencer, Wanda Tapp, Lynn Tarnoff, Rhea Vedro, Danielle Washington, Nafis White, and Jave Yoshimoto.
GALLERY HOURS Monday – Thursday, 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Friday, 9 AM – 9 PM
Saturday, 10:30 AM – 9 PM
Sunday, 12 PM – 5 PM
Madison Museum of Contemporary Art
227 State St. Madison, WI 53703
A conversation about race, immigration, policing, and what civil rights mean today in Wisconsin & America. Featuring Gary Younge (The Nation & The Guardian), Christine Neumann-Ortiz (Voces de la Frontera), Rep. Mandela Barnes, and M Adams (Young, Gifted and Black & Freedom Inc). Moderated by John Nichols (The Nation & The Capital Times). Seating available on a first-come, first-served basis. This discussion will also be broadcast on the Madison City Channel on Friday, 5/1, at 8 pm, and again over the weekend.
The Nation Magazine is the oldest weekly news magazine in the country, celebrating its 150th anniversary with events across the country. Don't miss the big Madison anniversary celebration at Monona Terrace Convention Center on 4/30 at 7 pm: pechakucha.org/cities/madison-wi. For a complete list of anniversary events across the country, please visit thenation.com/events. Many thanks to our co-host, the Havens Center and to our sponsor, The Livingston Inn. Thanks also to the Madison Department of Civil RIghts and to following UW schools and departments for co-sponsoring this panel discussion: Center for Community & Nonprofit Studies, Chicano/Latino Studies, Civil Society & Community Studies, Communication Arts, History, and Sociology.
Monday May 11 7pm-9pm
First Congregational Church
1609 University Ave, Madison, WI 53726
Saturday May 16 1pm-3pm
St. Dunstan's Episcopal Church
6205 University Ave, Madison, WI 53705
Sunday May 17 3pm-5pm
First Unitarian Society of Madison
900 University Bay Dr, Madison, WI 53705
Tuesday May 12, 2015
4:00pm - ?
Social Justice Center, 1202 Williamson St.
Madison, WI 53704
For accurate info on events planned by Tony’s family, do not rely on anyone (including schools, city, county, other groups) outside of the Tony Robinson Family or their spokespeople for information on this or future events hosted by the family.
WHAT’S HIS NAME? HE NEEDS YOU NOW! At 2:30pm on Tuesday, May 12th, District Attorney Ismael Ozanne will release his determination on whether or not to indict Madison Police Officer Matt Kenny. Following his determination, we will meeting in front of the Social Justice at 1202 Williamson St. 4:00 p.m - Meet in front of the Social Justice Center
4:30 p.m - Press conference with Tony’Terrell’s family
4:45/5:00 p.m. - March from the Social Justice Center up to the Capitol steps. SEE YOU THERE! BEFORE YOU MARCH TOMORROW, KNOW YOUR RIGHTS SO THAT YOU MAY PROTECT THEM: 1. Print this “KNOW YOUR RIGHTS CARD” now, share with your friends and read it. Your safety depends on it.
http://www.aclu-wi.org/sites/default/files/resources/documents/2012_Madison_KYRPocketGuide.pdf 2. Incase your phone is confiscated, to protect your video, record using one of these applications but don’t wait until you’re in the street to download the application. Do it now. http://www.ustream.tv/
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.aclu.mobile.justice.or 3. Charge your phone tonight and clear your storage so you can record everything tomorrow. It is legal to video the police. 4. If you don’t have an attorney, write this attorney’s number down w/permanent marker on your arm or on a piece of paper in your pocket. Don’t just add it to your phone since that can be confiscated.
Vata Edari: 414-779-0074 5. Question: How much distance does one have the right to when in between a crowd and a police barricade? Answer: the officers decide based on their comfort level and their feelings regarding this matter will be supported in the court of law. If they ask for space and you don’t give it, you will be arrested.