Tonight, the Interfaith Coalition for Worker Justice presents “What Matters: Faith and Values Shaping Economic Justice” – a public talk and workshop by Rudy Lopez, director of Interfaith Worker Justice, National. A simultaneous interpretation in Spanish will be offered. Hosted by the First Unitarian Society, with help from Ian’s Pizza, Willy Street Co-op, and Metro Market. It’s free and open to the public, with donations accepted. This is tonight at 7pm at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, 900 University Bay Drive.
Victor Castro and USgathering will present a new installation at Madison Central Library’s gallery this September. Made from simple materials generated from everyday consumption, the installation will be created with one specific item donated by the Madison community: tin cans. From now through August 31st, bring your empty tin cans to your nearest neighborhood library, and “Together We Can” facilitate awareness about social issues regarding over-consumption, waste, sustainability, and the future of community-sourced art. For more info, visit usgathering.info.