Upcoming Events

March 25, 2018 6:00 PM in Platteville
"Women’s Work during Prohibition," By Alison Staudinger. A ShopTalk event. Event Details »

March 27, 2018 7:00 PM in Milwaukee
Wisconsin Reads "The Round House"-Community Conversation about The Round House led by Akikwe Cornell Event Details »

March 27, 2018 5:00 PM in Hayward
Wisconsin Reads "The Round House"-The Round House Book Discussion at Hayward’s Sherman and Ruth Weiss Community Library Event Details »

March 28, 2018 6:30 PM in Sussex
"Human Trafficking in Wisconsin, by Rachel Monaco-Wilcox. A ShopTalk event. Event Details »

March 29, 2018 6:30 PM in Waupaca
Joyce Westerman, Wisconsin Women, and the All American Girls Professioinal Baseball League Event Details »

Beyond the Headlines Madison: Wisconsin’s Water Future

This FREE half-day workshop is being offered in conjunction with the UW-Madison Journalism Ethics conference. This workshop is for journalists who report on diverse water issues and individuals interested in learning more about our water heritage and in shaping Wisconsin's water future.

How has the state's rich water heritage shaped the resource of today, its regulation and use? What are the issues we face with both quantity and quality? What solutions will assure clean and plentiful water for the future? Where do we find and how do we use data that allow us to understand and further the story of Wisconsin's water?

Thursday, April 26th at the Pyle Center in Madison. For a list of speakers and to register, go to Eventbrite.

Registration is FREE! This workshop is open to the public!

Announcing Spring Grant Awards totaling $102,427

This spring we are proud to announce that 17 organizations have been awarded $102,427 in Major Grants and Mini Grants! These projects tell meaningful – more

The look and feel of work for women today

News articles, studies, and personal experience together paint a complex picture of women’s lives in 2018. Women face unique obstacles in their lives and careers. – more

Join the conversation Can we talk to one another, online?

The WHC has been committed to civil dialogue, civic democracy, and building strong communities since our founding more than 40 years ago. These are – more