Ban the Box Brown County big WIN!

Last night, JOSHUA had a BIG WIN in Brown County! With our Prison Reform Task Force leading the efforts!

“The vote was 20-6. Voting no were Green Bay supervisors Andy Nicholson, Guy Zima, Evans, John S. Vander Leest and Buckley, and Hobart Supervisor Dave Landwehr.”
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After the big win last night, I feel the work JOSHUA is doing for our community is so important more important now than ever. I am challenging each one of you to join me at the 13th Annual JOSHUA Banquet. This year’s theme is “Challenging ourselves to make a difference. Are you up to the challenge?”

-Ivy Summers (JOSHUA Prison Reform Task Force Leader)

We need YOUR support more than ever!

Here are 3 way you can support
JOSHUA’s Prison Reform Work

1) Get your JOSHUA 13th Annual JOSHUA Banquet Tickets Today!

Tickets are now available for purchase! You can buy your tickets one of three ways.
a) Buy them online (https://squareup.com/store/joshua-justice-organization-sharing-hope-united-for-action/) at our online store, and scroll down to events.
b) Buy your tickets at St Matthew Parish Center Office during business hours. (http://www.stmattsgb.org/)
c) Buy them at any upcoming JOSHUA meeting.

2) Donate to JOSHUA Today!

The critical work we do in our local Brown County Community depends on the generosity and shared vision of our supporters. Please consider helping JOSHUA in our continued efforts to keep “doin’ justice” with a fully tax-deductible gift.
a) Send a check made out to JOSHUA to our office (JOSHUA 130 St Matthew Street, Green Bay WI 54301)
b) Donate online (https://squareup.com/store/joshua-justice-organization-sharing-hope-united-for-action/)

3) Join us at the next Prison Reform Task Force Meeting as we continue to fight for reform in Brown County!
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ROC Prison Reform Task Force currently just worked to pass Ban the Box Ordinance in Brown County. Join us for celebration, strategy, new issues to tackle, and next steps. Our group is made up of formerly incarcerated individuals, family, friends, and loved ones of those incarcerated, and allies. Please consider joining our group and fighting for change and justice in the corrections system.

This group meets every 4th Thursday of every month at 5:30pm at West Side Moravian Church.
This event is free of charge and open to the public.

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