Forgiveness is a key part of the healing process, and MOSES, Madison Organizing in Strength, Equity, and Solidarity, promotes forgiveness in their organization’s values, and their support of previously incarcerated […]
Activists Demand Evers Release Incarcerated Citizens in Light of COVID...
Today, members of several decarceral groups held an action outside the Governor’s Mansion in the Village of Maple Bluff. They’ve been doing so on a regular basis for more than […]
New Study: Parole and probation violations are #1 source of incarcerat...
In this month’s 8 O’Clock Buzz/Ex-PO program, Jerome Dillard talks with Mark Rice, Organizer for MOSES (Madison Organizing in Strength, Equality, and Solidarity) and Allison Frankel from the ACLU about […]
Listen to State Senate candidates debate criminal justice reform
On Wednesday, July 29, WORT will broadcast a forum on criminal and carceral justice issues with state Senate candidates competing to represent Madison in the upcoming August primary. The […]
Do We Need a Pandemic to Empty the Jail?
Back in March of 2020, the Dane County Jail had a problem. The coronavirus pandemic had spread to the Madison area, and Public Health authorities had issued orders seeking to […]
MOSES on rebuilding community and restoring human rights
Jerome Dillard talks with James Morgan and Rachel Kincade from MOSES Madison, Madison Organizing in Strength, Equity, and Solidarity. MOSES is about building community relations, and in this episode of […]