Today in 1968: 10,000 draft files are destroyed by fourteen anti-war activists with homemade napalm in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
It’s today’s Action Calendar!
Today, the Havens Center presents Kent Wong, speaking on ‘Organizing Immigrant Workers: Building a New Labor Movement for a New Working Class’. Wong is professor and director of the Center for Labor Research and Education at UCLA. This is today from 4 to 6pm in room 206 Ingraham Hall, 1155 Observatory Drive. Free and open to the public. More info at 262-1420.
Tonight is a free screening of the film “Waging a Living,” about the challenges faced by low-wage workers in America. This is tonight at 7pm in the Fountain Back Bar, 122 State Street. Sponsored by IWW Social Action and Solidarity. More info at 815-685-8567.
Home Health United is now providing Hospice services in Dane, Rock and portions of surrounding counties. Home Health United is owned by a network of hospitals in southern Wisconsin. More info at homehealthunited.org.
The Keep Wisconsin Warm and Cool Fund announces the 4th annual Charity Corn Maze, open now through November 3rd, Thursdays and Fridays from 4 to 9pm, and Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 4pm. Groups may be scheduled outside of these hours. The maze is at 1262 John Q. Hammons Drive and there is a cost. More info at kwwf.org or call Kari at 608-268-7881.