The author of the bill didn’t even know what the federal minimum wage was, much less the living wage in Milwaukee and Dane counties.
Walker's pain is the Solidarity Sing Along's gain, it seems.
In the year 2000, a spiritual elder of the Ojibwe tribe in Northern Wisconsin warned of massive water pollution and shortages of clean water in the years to come. “What are you going to do about it?” he asked Josephine Mandamin, an Ojibwe grandmother. Mandamin could not get the question out of her head.
In Ojibwe spiritual teachings, women are responsible for water. Their special relationship to water spirits is related to women’s ability to carry and generate life.
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