March To Fire Sheskey

Kenosha's DA Michael Graveley announced on January 5th, 2021 that there will be no charges against Officer Rusten Sheskey for shooting Jacob Blake in the back seven times. Sheskey must be removed from the Kenosha Police Department immediately to keep our community safe.

Pantry Tuesdays

Grace Welcome Center 2006 60th St., Kenosha

Every Tuesday we need volunteers to unite with Grace Welcome Center to provide food assistance for those in need. From 3PM-6PM come prepared for the weather, as we provide boxes of food to walk-up and drive-thru guests. Volunteers, please park along the fence at the back of the church parking lot, and bring a mask. […]

18TH Annual Detroit MLK Day Virtual Rally & Cultural Program

18th Annual Detroit MLK Day Virtual Rally & Cultural Program "This year’s 18th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration comes at a time of the worst public health crisis in more than a century. At present we are facing the threat of yet another economic downturn. Concurrently, there are rising tensions between the United […]

Inauguration Day

January 20th, 2021 is the day that Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th President of the United State, alongside Vice President Kamala Harris. The ceremony will take place in Washington D.C.

First Day of Black History Month

From February 1st to March 1st, 2021, the knowledge of history and culture should be shared. In more recent times, social injustices are being fought daily by many across the world. Take time to learn something new, talk with one another, and learn from each other. We have some links you may like! African […]

Revoke Rittenhouse

Kyle Rittenhouse has proven to be a danger to our community with no regard for the law, his bond conditions, or human lives. He murdered two people in our community and wounded a third, and now, with no one holding him accountable, he is becoming further emboldened and seemingly proud of his actions. Rittenhouse has […]

First Day of Women’s History Month

The 19th Amendment granted women the right to vote in Federal elections in 1920. The Women's History Week project was passing through Congress in early 1981. The United States Congress eventually passed the law of Women's History Month in 1987. Just over 100 years ago women had just received the right to vote, now they are fighting […]

Black History Forever; Facts, Film, & Fun!

The Vault 625 57th St., Kenosha

Black History Month ends February 28th, but the true history of Black culture in the world continues every day. More importantly, our acknowledgment of these leaps in history is key in keeping the fight going for our future generations. Join us for a night of trivia, Black activist history, & a socially distanced dinner. The […]


Breonna Taylor Day

Downtown Racine Monument Square Monument Square, Racine

As Breonna Taylor's death date approaches us as we standing in solidarity with family and friends in Kentucky Louisville let's standing up to make awareness of her name. Starting on March 13, 2021 Change is coming will host an Event and Awareness for her and keep her name alive and present. As we come together […]