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Milwaukee Black Restaurant Week
Madison Action Day
Madison Action Day is an opportunity for WISDOM leaders and affiliate supporters from across Wisconsin to come together around the values that drive our work -- and to share those values and priorities with our legislators as they work to finalize the 2021-23 state budget. This year, Madison Action Day is on April 15th and will be virtual.
In the morning, all WISDOM affiliate leaders, volunteers, supporters and members will gather on Zoom to celebrate our values and center ourselves for legislative visits. We'll hear from several leaders throughout the state and will have an opportunity to connect with each other as well. In the afternoon/evening, there will be visits with legislators who represent our geographic area.
Annual Report Ad Sales
SOPHIA publishes an annual report which includes financial information, highlights from the past year, profiles of supporters and people impacted by our efforts and stories about our work.
Why should you advertise in our Annual Report?
ACTION: Driver Cards
The federal Real ID Act of 2005 allows individual states to create alternative driver cards for those who don’t have proper documents. A driver card would allow for the ability to drive legally. These cards cannot be used for official federal purposes such as voting, passports, etc. A driver card is not a driver license, but it would ensure that driver education and tests were successfully completed, and allow a legal way for immigrants without proper documents to drive to work, school, church and shopping. It would also allow for affordable car insurance.
YOU can help assure that Driver Cards remain in the State Budget!
Contact your legislator(s) by phone, email or mail asking them to support driver cards. Click here to find your legislator.
Visit WISDOM's website for helpful resources and more information.
SOPHIA Questions the Hiring of Officer Mensah
Many members from SOPHIA met with the current Waukesha County Sheriff to question and express their concerns with the hiring of Joseph Mensah, a former Wauwatosa police officer. The Wisconsin Examiner published an article today about SOPHIA's meeting with the Sheriff as well as information about Officer Mensah's past in Wauwatosa. Click here to read the article.
Anti Racism Change Team at United UU Congregation of Waukesha
Donate to SOPHIA
SOPHIA is a 501(c)(3) organization. Staffing costs and related expenses are funded by dues, grants, individual contributions, and fundraising events. Charitable contributions to SOPHIA are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.