Our featured speaker for this year’s Faith-Labor Breakfast is Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes. Join us April 26th at Christ Presbyterian Church as we explore how, together, we build our state by improving the lives of working people.
“It’s so much more than making history, it’s about making a difference.”
— Lt Gov. Mandela Barnes
Our new Lieutenant Governor made history as the youngest Lieutenant Governor in the country — but was also a candidate erased from multiple sample ballots, pronounced dead by a local TV station, and mistaken for a white man. None of that has deterred him from his focus on making a difference, in a state where racial disparities don’t just create barriers for our citizens, but for our entire state’s economy.
The morning will also feature Peter Bakken, Coordinator for Public Policy at the Wisconsin Council of Churches, with issues and actions that flow from social justice tenets of faith communities.
Following the Breakfast, the Workers’ Memorial Commemoration and Press Conference will remember and call attention to the importance of training and safe work practices, and the real dangers on the job every day.
Tickets and Sponsorship Opportunities for this event are available online at: 2019 Faith-Labor Breakfast
2019 Sponsors as of 4/10/19 —
North Central States Regional Council of Carpenters
Painters District Council 7
Madison Teachers Inc.
Dominicans of Sinsinawa
South Central Federation of Labor