2017 Annual Meeting

LWVWI’s 2017 Annual Meeting will infuse civil discourse into what are often emotionally charged topics, giving Leaguers a chance to hear from a variety of viewpoints and discuss matters in a place where it is safe to respectfully disagree. The meeting will be hosted by LWV Greater Green Bay and will take place at the Hyatt Regency Green Bay on June 9-10. Ultimately delegates from across the state come together to adopt new program priorities, elect new leaders and adopt a budget to ensure success in the coming year.


Americans are Radicals at Heart: We need to remember that we Americans are radicals at heart. To transcend the crisis we face, we need to embrace our radical history. 
Harvey J. Kaye is the Ben & Joyce Rosenberg Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, the Founding Director of the University’s Center for History and Social Change, and the author, most recently, of Thomas Paine and the Promise of America (FSG, 2005) and The Fight for the Four Freedoms: What Made FDR and the Greatest Generation Truly Great (Simon & Schuster, 2014).  

Race to Equity - Lifting Up All Wisconsin Residents:
What is the connection between race and poverty, and how can we reduce racial disparities?
Erica Nelson, director of the Race to Equity Project at the Wisconsin Council on Children and Families. 

*Zabelle Malkasian was a member of LWV Milwaukee County who was active in the League at the local and state levels. Her son, Bill Malkasian, made a generous gift to LWVWI in 2013 to create an annual lecture series to honor and extend his mother’s legacy as an advocate. 

AGENDA (Updated 3/24/17)

Registration ranges from $40 to $80 ($15 to $35 student rate) depending on how much of the meeting you wish to attend.

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