Land and Labor Acknowledgement

JOSHUA acknowledges the ancestral homeland and traditional territories of Indigenous peoples who have been here since the time beyond memory or record and we recognize the Ho-Chunk Nation and the Menominee Nation are the original First People of Wisconsin. We also recognize Oneida Nation people who currently call Brown County home. 

We also acknowledge the initial and continued economic benefits that colonizers have gained due to the free, enslaved labor of Black people. 

We recognize the historic and present violations of and systemic sins against people and our values, and in response, we commit to a long-term agenda that creates structural racial equity.

Peace Circle

Join us tomorrow, August 12th, at 1:30 PM for a peace circle to pray for those who have been affected by the recent shooting. Hope to see you there at 100 S Oakland Ave!

Rally to Stop Pipelines 3 & 5

Join us this Saturday at noon at City Deck for an educational rally about pipelines 3 & 5. There will be local climate groups and Indigenous speakers talking about why it’s important to protect our land and water. We will also be hosting a membership registration drive, so bring your friends!