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Abolitionists rallied last week at Cathedral Square in Milwaukee, the site of the jailhouse from which fugitive slave Joshua Glover was rescued in 1854. Their goal was to remind Wisconsin magistrates of the state’s defiance of federal tyranny and call on them to once again interpose, this time on behalf of the preborn citizens of […]

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Video: Myth of Judicial Supremacy
April 12, 2017

Pastor Matt Trewhella of Mercy Seat Church speaks at the Josha Glover Ceremony in Milwaukee Wisconsin on the false ideas surrounding judicial supremacy and the duty of lesser magistrates to defy the federal courts when it comes to unjust laws such as the murder of preborn citizens.

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As part of the Abolish Abortion Wisconsin Rally in Milwaukee, abolitionists gathered in Cathedral Square, the site of the dramatic rescue of fugitive slave Joshua Glover in 1854. They called on Wisconsin legislators to once again interpose an defy the federal courts, this time on behalf of the preborn citizens slaughtered in Wisconsin.

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Wisconsin’s Defiance of Federal Tyranny
March 6, 2017

On the evening of March 10, 1854, two wagons carrying two federal marshals and five other men made their way to a small cabin that was the home of Joshua Glover.  Glover was a runaway slave who had been living in Racine, Wisconsin for about two years. He was known to be a skilled carpenter […]

The Rescue of Joshua Glover and Its Relevance for Today
February 21, 2017

Who was the runaway slave Joshua Glover and what does his story have to do with abortion in Wisconsin and the Gospel of Jesus Christ? “Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me.” – Matt. 25:40 In Milwaukee, over one hundred tiny little […]

AAWI March 2017 Mission
January 31, 2017

Joshua Glover Campaign Milwaukee, Wisconsin March 12th-15th, 2017 Sunday, March 12th = Afternoon sessions on abolitionism 3:00-5:00 pm. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin Monday, March 13th = Street action and literature distribution all day. Tuesday, March 14th = Joshua Glover Commemorative Ceremony 12 Noon – 1:00 pm, Cathedral Square; street action 4:00 – 5:30 pm; evening session […]

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 […]