Tonight is “Surviving Violence” – a panel of Black survivors of different forms of violence. Hear the stories of our unsung heroes and have a community discussion about healthy ways of survival. This is from 6 to 8pm at Urban League, 2222 South Park Street. More info at ygbcoalition.org.
Tomorrow is an “Artful Negotiations Scholarship Fundraiser” – art by workers, about workers, for workers! Enjoy beverages, food, a raffle drawing and a silent auction. Hosted by the South Central Federation of Labor, all proceeds go to their scholarship fund. This is tomorrow from 4 to 9pm at Fat City Emporium, 2716 Atwood Avenue. For more info, and to purchase raffle tickets, visit scfl.org
Sunday is Markets and Meals for Hope in Mount Vernon, hosted by the Churches’ Center for Land and People. Support farmers and enjoy a brunch made with local food. Proceeds go to support farmers in need. This is Sunday from 11:30am to 2:30pm at United Church of Christ, 1693 Washington Street in Mt. Vernon. More info at cclpmidwest.org.
Saturday, the Madison Institute presents a panel discussion on “Income Inequality: What You Can Do,” featuring Barbara Lawton, Former Lt. Governor. This is Saturday from 9:30 to 11:30am at Union South on UW-Madison Campus, 1308 West Dayton Street. Free and open to the public. Contact Kelly for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org, or 608-438-4178.