Entries by Renee Gregory

Channel3000 editorial on crimeless revocation

This week Neil Heinen and Channel3000 endorsed the idea that people who have not committed new crimes should not be returned to prison (i.e. no crimeless revocatons). The editorial also mentions the public forum  announcing a new report (Excessive Revocations In Wisconsin) that documents the damage done by crimeless revocations both to the person directly impacted […]

MORAL POLITICAL ORGANIZING LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE and SUMMIT

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2016 MPOLIS – Moral Political Organizing Leadership Institute and Summit From: 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Host:  Pastor Walter Lanier Location: Progressive Missionary Baptist Church 8324 W. Keefe Avenue, Milwaukee, WI Limited Space -REGISTRATION REQUIRED: Contact Montre Moore, 414-639-0000 A MORAL REVIVAL – 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Host: Pastor Patrick Keen, […]

Volunteer Opportunities with the Youth Court and the Jail!!!

First: Youth Court Facilitation Fall Training Series, 10/8 and 10/15 The TimeBank  Youth Court Team would like to invite you to an upcoming training series for adults who are interested in helping out at the TimeBank Youth Court sessions.  We want to be sure everyone is feeling confident about their role at the session and would […]

Things Get Worse for Wisconsin Hunger Strikers!

Dying to Live Hunger Strikers Kept on the Brink of Death by Retaliatory DOC Contact: Jason Geils IWOC, 414-350-9585, argentum111@me.com Interview contact: Chance Zombor, 262-844-3703, chance.zombor@gmail.com Dying to Live Hunger Strikers Kept on the Brink of Death by Retaliatory DOC Waupun WI- According to a letter from hunger striker LaRon McKinley, the Dying to Live […]

MOSES ANNUAL PICNIC is AUGUST 27th

Please join us for our Annual Celebration from 1PM to 4PM at Red Riley Barn and Retreat Center at 8283 North Riley Road in Verona Wisconsin. There will be a drum circle, testimonials and live music. Please bring a dish to pass as well as plates and silverware to eat with. We are trying to […]

MOSES meets with Sec. Litscher

On July 26, 2016 the Wisconsin Criminal Justice Coordinating Council met. Sec. Litscher from the Department of Corrections chaired the meeting. The statement below from WISDOM was read during the public comment section at the end of the meeting. It was an opportunity to share our concerns directly with Sec. Litscher and people working in the criminal […]