WEDNESDAY NOON LIVE PLUS OTHER BROADCASTS
Wednesday Noon Live September 2020 – Covid & Detention, featuring Attorney Mary Campbell, Program Director of AMMPARO; Ms. Marisol Fuentes de Dubon, Milwaukee Immigration Task Force & Detained Migrant Project; and Dr. Stephanie Mitchell, Professor of Latin American History at Carthage College & Emaus Lutheran Church (Racine) member.
Wednesday Noon Live August 2020 with a focus on the new Mask Mandate, featuring Reverend Blake Rohrer with a response as a citizen and Christian to the the state mandate on masks. Green Bay Alderwoman Barbara Dorff responding to the threats to the City Council after their local mandate and her hopes for the future; Mr. William Mattson of LOPPW’s council and Immanuel Lutheran Church in Rhinelander responding to issues he sees locally and the mandate.
Talking about Climate Change during the Pandemic Interview with Chief Meteorologist Bob Lindmeier
June 19, 2020: Updates, Announcements, & Advocacy Opportunities
Food Truck Ministry: Filling a hole during the pandemic – interview with Rev. Lindsey Buekelman of All People’s Lutheran Church in Milwaukee
Policing & the Use of Force with former Madison Police Chief and Police Officer in Minneapolis, now an Episcopal priest, Father David Couper.
The Pandemic and Living on the Edges of Safety: Interview with Sue Sippel of the Family Center in Wisconsin Rapids talking about domestic abuse; Jan Miyasaki of Project Respect in Madison talking about sex trafficking; Sharyl Kato of the Rainbow Project in Madison talking about child abuse
June focus is on the New Stimulus Bill and SNAP with special guest, John Johnson, ELCA Program Director of Domestic Policy
“Government and Civic Engagement: Discipleship in a Democracy” moderated by Rev. Dr. Roger Willer. Zoom Recording of Social Message Draft Discussion
Great tips and wisdom from Sharry Hebert, Food Pantry Coordinator, Trinity Lutheran Church in Eau Claire. Watch this video: How to Start a Food Pantry:
May focus is on Safer at Home and a Wisconsin Nurse’s Journey with COVID-19
Wednesday Noon Live May 2020:
April focus is on the Coronavirus and Racism
Additional video: Sudden Surge of Pastors Online!
March’s focus is on Immigration!
February’s focus is on water!
We created a video of our interview with Chief Meteorologist Bob Lindmeier from our most recent Wednesday Noon Live. Please feel free to use in your congregations and other communities and share on social media:
Featuring Chief Meteorologist Bob Lindmeier on Climate Change and Natural Disasters
Featuring Attorney Rachel Monaco-Wilcox on anti-sex trafficking and Safe Harbor legislation
Featuring Trinidad Ariztia, ELCA Program Director for Development and Migration Policy on What is happening with public policies on immigration and refugees