Reform Now Campaign:

Review our July 9 Action on Wisconsin’s broken parole system: WISDOM leaders testified before the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council

Review our August 20 Action on Failures in Revocations and GPS Monitoring

Review our October 1 Action to End the Torture of Solitary Confinement

WISDOM faith leaders from across the state call Governor Walker to take 6 Actions Required to Reform Now

An Open Letter to Governor Walker. The DOC has failed its mission.

An Open Letter to Corrections Secretary Wall

What is the Reform Now Campaign?

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CUSH celebrates victory for the homeless after a 12 year campaign: a tribute to the value of perseverance!

Kenosha News: Commission OK’s rezoning for homeless shelter!
Sandy Milligan CUSH past president reflects: The Struggle for a Permanent Homeless Shelter in Kenosha


We’re making poverty one of the key issues in the upcoming election.  Read the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel story about it.  You can still sign on to our Faithful Citizenship Statement!

Having a family member in jail or prison is a huge risk factor for increased poverty.    The statement is drawn from the input of more than 150 diverse faith leaders in Wisconsin.  You can click above to sign or get a link to sign on electronically by sending a message to  Use the statement in your conversations about the election. Invite your friends, family and fellow congregants to add their names as well. We will present these letters and signatures in October to those who wish to be elected in November.  Together we can make poverty a key issue of the upcoming election!
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WISDOM Director keynotes important educational event 

We are proud to see our successful work on criminal justice reform recognized as State Director David Liners was a featured speaker at Unlocking Justice: Organizing to Address Mass Incarceration.  This presentation was part of the Unlocking Justice series on October 21, sponsored by our partners at The Sentencing Project.









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