11/27/2018 – We are grateful to have had 34 people in attendance to gather and hear from Pat Skogen of Monroe, WI! An organic dairy farmer, educator, and Farmers Union leader, Pat discussed her work as a fierce advocate for family farms & rural communities and as an active opponent of CAFOs invading the Wisconsin countryside. Thank you to everyone who helped make this a success and a special thank you to Pat!
Please join in celebrating 37 years of the Vigil for Peace! We will be meeting Monday, December 3, at the corner of MLK Jr. Blvd. and Doty St. adjacent to the Madison City County Building.
Socks-for-Peace and Toiletries-for-Justice will be taking place next Monday. Please donate socks and toiletries if willing and able.
Vigil for Peace 11-26-2018: Vigil for Peace WK 1613 11.26.2018
Vigil for Peace Invitation 11-26-2018: Letter of invitation to vigil anniversary 11.26.2018
“Jackson will live on in our hearts now and forever more AS WE REMEMBER him.”
Obituary for Jackson D. Tiffany
There will be a memorial service for Jackson Tiffany on Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018, at 1:30 p.m. at MADISON FRIENDS MEETING, 1704 Roberts Court, Madison.
Vigil for Peace 11-19-2018: Vigil for Peace WK 1612 11.19.2018
“It’s said that the truth is worth repeating. And so we repeat here today John Nichols’ extraordinarily well crafted story highlighting for us the 100th anniversary of World War I, said to be the war to end all wars.”
Monday Vigil: Vigil for Peace WK 1611 11.12.2018
Monday Vigil Message October 29, 2018
Featuring the Indian Mascot and Logo Taskforce: Wisconsin Indian Education Association
This Week’s Monday Vigil: Vigil for Peace 10.08.2018 WK 1606
Could anything say it more clearly than this?
This week’s Monday Vigil: Vigil for Peace WK 1605 10.01.2018
Militarism promotes violence and use of force as ways to solve problems
WE NEED A CULTURE OF PEACE INSTEAD
Militarism diverts TRILLIONS of our tax dollars towards destruction.
WE NEED TO PROMOTE PROSPERITY FOR ALL INSTEAD
U.S. Military interventions disrupt world cultures and indigenous societies.
WE NEED TO CELEBRATE CULTURES
Militarism is a deterrent to peaceful resolutions.
WE NEED DIPLOMACY — NOT WAR
The U.S. Military is the single LARGEST consumer of fossil fuels, contributing to climate change.
WE NEED A HEALTHY PLANET
This week’s Monday Vigil: Mon 9-17-2018 peace vigil flyer wk1603