Today is a National Day of Action to demand fifteen dollars an hour minimum wage and the right to form a union without fear or retaliation! At 5pm, a rally will be held at the City-County Building, 210 Martin Luther King Boulevard. For more info, search on Facebook for National Day of Action Madison.
This evening is the “Reform Now Events and Resource Fair” – a screening of short documentaries showcasing the work of Wisconsinites challenging solitary confinement and other abusive incarceration practices, followed by a presentation of WISDOM’s Restoring Our Communities Wisconsin campaign to decrease our state’s prison population to eleven thousand by the end of 2015. There will also be a resource fair to connect with grassroots social justice organizations. This is from 5 to 9pm at Madison Central Library, 201 West Mifflin. More info at madisonpubliclibrary.org.
Tonight is a free screening of “Dear White People,” a thought-provoking satire about race relations. This is at 7pm at The Fountain Building, Room 200, 122 State Street. For more info, call 608-438-9536