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The Power of Our People: Building Long-Term Community Power in Wisconsin
Wisconsin is often overlooked or only attended to during the 11th hour of national elections. Despite this, Wisconsin is a flourishing and critical site for grassroots organizations that are bringing together communities across geography, race, and class.

These organizers offer a clear, strategic blueprint for how to build long-term community power in a deeply segregated state facing white supremacist agendas that threaten to undermine the self-determination of BIPOC and low-income communities.

Join us on March 2 for a dynamic, interactive 90-minute conversation with the following leaders on what it what it takes to educate, mobilize, and build grassroots leadership in marginalized communities in Wisconsin to create systemic transformation:

Angela Lang (she/her), Executive Director, Black Leaders Organizing for Communities (BLOC)
Markasa Tucker-Harris (she/her), Executive Director, African-American Roundtable (AART)
Max Lubin (he/him), CEO, Rise

This event includes an interactive conversation with organizers followed by a facilitated funders-only session to support processing, community building, and strategy development to think collectively how to support grassroots organizing in Wisconsin.

This event is hosted by NFG’s Midwest Organizing Infrastructure Funders and Integrated Rural Strategies Group, Wieboldt Foundation, Public Welfare Foundation, and Butler Family Fund.

Please note that we cannot guarantee registrations submitted less than 24 hours before the event.

If you have any questions, please contact Amanda Hwu (she/her) at

Mar 2, 2023 10:30 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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