Two years into Wisconsin’s struggle to regain lost worker rights and uplift Wisconsin’s families, ICWJ is joining We Are Wisconsin on Monday, March 11, for an evening of inspiration and recommitment. We will sing, watch WE ARE WISCONSIN, the award-wining documentary, and have a town hall meeting with the film’s director and a powerful faith/ labor panel.
Be with us at the Alliant Energy Center, if you can or participate by watching the film at the same time, and then go live with the town hall — from anywhere in the state. Go to the film’s website to find out more.
March 11 Schedule: (all times CST)
5:30 pm. Doors open & Solidarity Singers lead us song. (facebook event)
6:00 pm. Event start.
6:30 pm. Screening of We Are Wisconsin. (Film screening online)
8:00 pm. Town Hall
If joining us online: Viewing link (and archive): HOMEPAGE of wearewisconsinthefilm.com Email your questions for the Town Hall (now or on 3-11-13): firstname.lastname@example.org (please include your name and location). You will also have the option of typing in your question on the Town Hall viewing page during the event.
TOWN HALL PANELISTS:
John Nichols (The Nation)
Amie Williams (WE ARE WISCONSIN film director)
Phil Neuenfeldt (President, WI AFL-CIO)
Kim Bobo (Exec. Dir., Interfaith Worker Justice)
Mike McCabe (WI Democracy Campaign)
State Sen. Lena Taylor
John “Sly” Sylvester (moderator and radio host)
TOWN HALL MUSICIANS: The Solidarity Singers Local 311 Pipes and Drums
Tweet during your event: use #31113 and @wearewithefilm
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