Today in 1971: The Internal Revenue Service estimates over two thousand people openly refused to pay part or all of their income tax in protest over the war in Vietnam.
It’s Today’s Action Calendar!
Tonight, Stoughton Public Library presents “Music on the Mezz,” featuring Jackie Davidson and Gary Brandt. This free event is at 7pm at the Stoughton Library, 304 South 4th Street in Stoughton. For more info, call Richard at 608-873-5309.
Tonight, Janet Mock, author of “Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love and So Much More,” gives a public talk. Mock is a writer, transgender activist and the founder of the Girlslikeus project. This is at 7pm at the Chazen Museum, 750 University Avenue. For more info, call 262-4503.
Tonight is Walk with a Doc! Join Dr. Zachary Pruhs for a walk through Turville Point Conservation Park. Dr. Pruhs will discuss “diet in inflammatory disease.” This is at 6:30 at 1156 Olin-Turville Court. For more info, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tomorrow night is a screening and follow-up discussion of “At the River I Stand,” a documentary that recounts the two months leading up to Martin Luther King Jr’s assassination and his key role in labor rights struggles. This is tomorrow at 6pm at the Goodman Public Library, 2222 South Park Street. More info at 262-2112.
Tomorrow night is Latin-World Music Night at Badger Bowl, featuring Metabaque and Badger Brazilian Pagode Band with special guest Ana Paula. This free event is at 7:30pm at 506 East Badger Road. For more information, call Tom at 608-770-7649.