I hope you will join us at WI Faith Voices for Justice’s Annual Celebration, June 10, 2021 at 7 PM , virtually. RSVP here: https://secure.lglforms.com/form_engine/s/uht4dImKuST_18GoidWUEw?fbclid=IwAR33W2XgC8_kMUZ5nTSFKFXqzM2E_cAbCRH028-uLQBEfcEVwF3woqL1ZIs and receive a zoom link the week of the event to participate remotely. You will hear the challenges we faced in 2020, the critical work we make possible and be […]
Photo by Fielperson on Pixabay. Wisconsin is projected to receive at least $70 million less over the next two years than originally expected in gaming revenue from Wisconsin’s tribal nations, according to a study from the Wisconsin Policy Forum. The study attributes the downward trend to the pandemic, which has casinos temporarily closed or operating […]
On July 9, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that Jimcy McGirt, a member of the Seminole, could not be tried in an Oklahoma court, because McGirt’s alleged crime occurred in territory reserved to the Creek under an 1833 treaty. Aside from the impact on McGirt’s case, who could still be tried in federal […]
The University of Wisconsin-Madison announced this morning that it has chosen someone to fill a new office dedicated to facilitating relationships with Native American tribes in Wisconsin. Their choice, Aaron Bird Bear, is currently the School of Education’s assistant dean for student diversity programs. He’s also a graduate of the university. The new office of […]
“What ails philanthropy at its core is colonialism. Almost without exception, funders reinforce the colonial division of Us vs. Them, Haves vs. Have Nots, and mostly white saviors and white experts vs. poor, needy, urban, disadvantaged, marginalized, at-risk people,” writes Edgar Villanueva. For today’s episode, we hear from Edgar about his book Decolonizing Wealth, wherein he argues […]
It’s a Thanksgiving Edition of A Public Affair with Allen Ruff. Veterans for Peace activist Will Williams is in the studio to talk about the alternative history of Thanksgiving — as the birth of a national myth, and a day of violation of Indigenous Peoples.