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Denise Cawley ready to speak on a variety of issues for justice. Prior to ministry she was a trainer in diversity topics around gender identity, sexual orientation, health, and anti-racism. She also had a long public speaking and teaching business in the arts teaching all over the Midwest about color theory, drawing, art history, quilting and fiber arts.
Dozens of television programs have interviewed Denise Cawley speaking on topics ranging from: voting rights and access to voting amongst people of color and poor families, Lake Michigan waste dumping, Earth Day, Swimming in polluted waters, women’s health, the Boy Scouts allowing gay leaders, LGBT issues, religion condemning LGBT people, Senate races and what women politicians wore, Rotary Club events, large fundraising events, PrideFest Wisconsin, to access to transit buses. Many of these are no longer live on news sites, but she can be TV ready for public witness and local commentary.
50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade: Some pray for end to abortion, while others mourn loss of reproductive rights
By Angie Leventis Lourgos Chicago Tribune Jan 22, 2023 at 5:00 am BY ANGIE LEVENTIS LOURGOS CHICAGO TRIBUNE The minister decorated the church with signs
Area pastors offer messages of hope for new year
“Making a choice to write letters in the new year, such as a love letter to yourself, an apology or something else imbued within the
Photos of people getting blessed at Pridefest
Two years in a row we have done this massive event that impacts thousands of people and it keeps growing. Myself and two other ministers
Bradford Community Church UU ministers condemn Tremper cheerleading awards
Body Image and Young Girls Commentary on a local issue around exploiting high school girls near the church I serve now: John Sloca – Kenosha
Portrait of a Gay Married Couple
Urban Milwaukee – By Denise Cawley We’re much like any American family. Except for all the legal hurdles and headaches. My family is just like
Where Do LGBT People Meet?
Urban Milwaukee – by Denise Cawley Community groups and volunteering help create friendships. Part 1 of two columns. Long gone are the days when taverns