INSPIRING A MOVEMENT - CHANGING SYSTEMS
Create a coalition that would empower the Black community to define its own solutions
Establish a plan of action to address long-standing and harmful racial disparities in social and economic outcomes
Partner with other leaders, agencies, and employers within and outside of the Black community to get results
OUR MADISON PLAN
Mobilizing Madison for Change
Allies For A Stronger Madison
This is a starting point for non-black people of courage and conviction to come together to think and learn about the history that has shaped our world and worldviews. Over nine Monday evenings, February 4 through April 15, Justified Anger will be collaborating with history professors from UW-Madison to revisit the American past with justice in mind.
Our purpose is to understand how the African-American experience has shaped the world we all live in, and how allies can find roles supporting racial justice today. We will lead this process without the use of guilt, finger-pointing, or propaganda, and lead from a place of compassion, community, and understanding. Rooting ourselves in our history, and understanding how we got here, will help us move forward together to make a better world and a stronger Madison.
Current Series: COVID Corrections Crisis
Justified Anger brings you stories and conversations from staff and the movement that inspire, educate, and engage toward justice action. The goal is to eliminate racial disparities by provoking moral conscience and directing collective action at the grassroots and systemic levels.