Abolition Wisconsin

Abolish demand. End trafficking.

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Calling all Abolitionists of Wisconsin!

Join us as we march in the Madison St. Patrick’s Day parade on Sunday, 16 March 2014 @ 1:30 p.m..

We march in honor of St. Patrick, a trafficking victim who came to full restoration, even giving forgiveness to his captors and spending his life working for the good of their country.

This is a FREE event.  There is NO CHARGE to join us and march.  For organizations: want your logo on our banner?  Call or text us at 608/520-7535 and let us know you’re coming and how many of your there will be.

Gather around the ‘Abolition Wisconsin’ sign at 12:30 p.m. on the corner of N Pinkney St and E Mifflin St.  The parade route and parking map is right here.  If you’re driving, you’ll likely have to park at metered parking or one of the parking ramps around the capital square and walk over to the corner of N Pinkney St and E Mifflin St.

Anchor Organization: bigbighouse & co.

We marched today…

Thank you to the 15 people who joined Abolition Wisconsin’s first event today, some marching in the Madison St. Patrick’s Day Parade, some helping with the preparation.  Here’s a St. Patrick’s Day shout out to: Daniel, Hannah, Abigail, Ella, Tessa, Laurie, Clair, Linda, Kiersten, Brian, Ben, Paul, Evelyn, Jason and Doug!

See you next year at the parade.

We march today…

It’s happening!  We’re marching in the Madison, WI St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Sunday, 17 March 2013 @ 1:30 p.m..

Gather around the ‘AbolitionWisconsin’ sign at 12:30 p.m. on the corner of N Pinkney St and E Mifflin St.  The parade route is at this link.

If you’re driving, you’ll likely have to park at metered parking or one of the parking ramps around the capital square and walk over to the corner of N Pinkney St and E Mifflin St.

Call Brian Doty at 608/520-7535 if you’re lost.

St. Patrick

“…can it be out of the kindness of my heart that I carry out such a labor of mercy on a people who once captured me…? For by descent I was a freeman… yet I have sold this nobility of mine, I am not ashamed, nor do I regret that it might have meant some advantage to others. In short, I am a slave in Christ to this faraway people for the indescribable glory of everlasting life in Christ.”

Abolition Wisconsin…

Abolition Wisconsin is a gathering of abolitionists and organizations dedicated to the end of all forms of slavery in Wisconsin.  Now.

We believe God intimately cares about justice for the oppressed and is calling us to act on his heart’s cry.

We are going to MARCH in the Madison, WI St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Sunday, 17 March 2013 @ 1:30 p.m..

Gather around the ‘AbolitionWisconsin’ sign at 12:30 p.m. on the corner of N Pinkney St and E Mifflin St.  The parade route is at this link.

There is NO sign-up for this event.  JUST COME.  If you want to leave your contact information leave a reply below.

This is a FREE event. There is NO CHARGE to march with us.

What we do…

Abolition Wisconsin is a gathering of abolitionists and organizations dedicated to the end of all forms of slavery in Wisconsin.  Now.

We believe God intimately cares about justice for the oppressed and is calling us to act on his heart’s cry.

We are going to MARCH in the Madison, WI St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Sunday, 17 March 2013 @ 1:30 p.m..

Gather around the ‘AbolitionWisconsin’ sign at 12:30 p.m. on the corner of N Pinkney St and E Mifflin St.  The parade route is at this link.

There is NO sign-up for this event.  JUST COME.  If you want to leave your contact information leave a reply below.

This is a FREE event. There is NO CHARGE to march with us.

“You may choose…

“You may choose to look the other way but you can never say again that you did not know.” William Wilberforce, House of Commons, 1791