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​CALL FOR PEACE-  FORWARD TOGETHER:  SOLUTIONS FOR OUR FUTURE!


​​Subject: Sat. Nov. 21, 2015 Forward Together: Solutions for Our Future LOCATION and NEW TIME

Date: November 21, 2015

NEW TIME: 3:30 – 8:00 PM
Reception & light supper 7:00 – 8:00 PM

LOCATION: Kromrey Middle School, 2009 Donna Drive, Middleton, WI 53562

Directions:
From UW Madison campus: Drive west on University Ave. toward Middleton. Go through the Park St. intersection, then turn RIGHT onto Park Lawn. Follow Park Lawn into Parisi Park where it changes its name to Park St. Turn LEFT onto Donna Dr. Parking will be on your left.

From the Beltline: Take Exit 251B to the roundabout at Parmenter St. Take the 2nd exit to continue north on Parmenter to Donna Dr. Turn RIGHT on Donna Dr. to Kromrey. Parking will be on your right.

Please feel free to share this event with others that would like to attend.
All new attendees not listed below MUST RSVP at the link at the bottom of the page.

Call for Peace.org  and  A New People.net warmly invite you to
Forward Together: Solutions for Our Future!

Our “Circle of Leadership” will gather in an amazing green building,
Kromrey Middle School which is surrounded by Pheasant Branch Conservatory.
Come to experience a prime example of Solutions for Our Future.

In a Native American tradition, invitations have been hand-delivered to our "Circle of Leadership".
They will come together to discuss issues, exchange information, and share solutions that work. As you’ll see below, our "Circle of Leadership" represents a variety of interests and activism.

Input from those who want to help and/or get involved will be welcome

Hosts:

Art and Dawn Shegonee - Call For Peace Drum & Dance Company www.callforpeace.org
Patty Loew - author of Seventh Generation Earth Ethics, Native Voices of Wisconsin;
Professor of Communication and Life Sciences, UW Madison; documentary film maker affiliated with the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies
Anne Egan Waukau - Media Specialist for the Wisconsin Education Association Council
Ronald J Berger - author of Surviving the Holocaust; co-author of Crime, Justice and Society; Professor Emeritus of Sociology, UW Whitewater

Introduction by Sheila Plotkin, Active McFarland: "Public Schools: The Foundation of Our Democracy"

Circle of Leadership:


Lt. Col. Casey Chamberlain - US Army Returning Veterans of Afghanistan and Iraq - A Warriors Retreat, Fort McCoy, WI
Robin Chamberlain Transo – Director, Health Community Wellness Free Clinic, Boscobel WI
Juliee de la Terre - Mother Earth Law, Bolivia; graduate of the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies
Heather DuBois Bourenane – Coordinator of Wisconsin Public Education Network www.wisconsinnetwork.org
Don Ferber – Four Lakes Sierra Club
Laura Hanson-Schlachter – Coordinator, 350.org Madison, WI
Eric Howland - President of MOSES, Interfaith for Social Justice and mass incarceration and advocate Rachel Kincade
Greg and Gwen Jones- President and former President, NAACP Dane County Branch
Linda Kitcham – Director, Madison-Area Urban Ministry

Helen Klebesadel-  Director of Women's Studies Consortium UW Madison
Jonathan Levine - Field Director, We Are Wisconsin
Karen McKim - Election Integrity advocate; South Central Grassroots Alliance (SCGA)
George Penn - United to Amend
Patricia Popple - Frac Sand Sentinel/Concerned Chippewa Citizens
Nathan Timm - Wisconsin Grass Roots Network

John Steines-  Silverwood Park; Sustainable Agriculture

Representatives from the following groups and media have been invited:

Active McFarland; Act Now; Capital City Hues; DeForest Area Progressives (DAP); Grassroots of Waunakee (Grow); MAMA; Middleton Action Team (MAT); Sun Prairie Action Resource Coalition (SPARC); Oregon Area Progressives (OAP); Stoughton Grass Roots Group, 350.org; Verona Progressives; WORT, Capital City Hues, The Edgerton Reporter, Wisconsin Progressive Media Association and others


Brief Updates by Special Guests:


Rev. Dr. Penny Andrews - The Parliament of the World Religions Utah 2015
Cora White – Director, Badger Rock Center for Resilient Cities, Madison, WI (A Green Leeds Building)

Reflective Summaries:

Rafael Cubilette - Pastor, Sherman Ave. United Methodist Church Multi-Ethnic community
Randy Stoecker - Professor of Community and Environmental Sociology, UW Madison WI


Presentation Of The A New Peoples' Choice Awards

Featured artists works on display:

Michelle Moran - Our Connection
Mary Kay Newmann and Helen Klebesade - The Flowers Are Burning http://www.theflowersareburning.org
Beth Racette - http://www.bethracette.com
John Steines - Witness Tree Project

WE LOOK FORWARD TO ESTABLISHING PEOPLE-TO-PEOPLE COMMUNICATION,
BUILDING FUSION COALITIONS, AND FINDING SOLUTIONS FOR OUR FUTURE!


                               Please RSVP to Dawn Shegonee no later than NOVEMBER 13, 2015 mailto:callforpeace@callforpeace.org

                                                                                THANK YOU FOR TAKING TIME TO ATTEND THIS IMPORTANT EVENT!

$5-$10 suggested donation to help defer event costs



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