March 2017-Gathering at Cathedral Square, Conference to Follow
January 2, 2017

The runaway slave Joshua Glover was arrested by federal marshals in Racine Wisconsin. He was taken to the Milwaukee County jail where he was subsequently broken out by a crowd of citizens. Glover made it to Canada where he lived free until his natural death, but the federal government decided to charge Sherman Booth, one of the people who broke Glover out, under the federal Fugitive Slave Act. In 1859, the Wisconsin Legislature defied the U.S. Supreme Court and the federal government by interposing for Booth and declaring the federal Fugitive Slave Act to be without authority, void, and of no force.



On Tuesday, March 14th, 2017, we will be gathering at Cathedral Square in Milwaukee from 12 noon until 1pm. There will be a reading of the 1859 Resolution and a historical account of Joshua Glover’s rescue, with speakers calling for the immediate interposition and total abolition of abortion on behalf of the preborn. Wisconsin’s Legislature and all state officials – including the governor, mayors, attorneys general, city councils, and judges – need to interpose once again and defend the preborn from murder. Then, from 6:30 - 8:30 pm there will be an evening event on interposition and abolition in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.



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This effort is part of a larger four-day conference to energize Christians, awaken the church and engage the culture. Click here for details and registration.



1. Please contact us if you would like to help distribute literature in your area informing people of this effort. The literature is free and very easy to distribute during your daily routine.

2. We need county coordinators in ALL 72 counties in order to see interposition and total abolition of abortion become a reality in Wisconsin. Please contact us if you are willing to make an impact in your area and make this state-wide effort a success. Let us know if you are willing to be a county coordinator OR if you are willing to help in your county.