“No pride for some of us without liberation for all of us.” - Marsha P. Johnson
First and foremost, Happy Pride Month! Each week, Urban Triage will recognize a pioneer from the LGBTQ+ community that has/is addressing the intersectionality's of being Black and Queer.

June has started off with nothing short of amazing support and fun fundraising opportunities for Urban Triage! Not only is it Juneteenth, companies like Delta Beer Lab, are coordinating with The Boneyard and The Biegarten at Olbrich Park, contributing a portion of their proceeds to Urban Triage this month! Bierock is also throwing a Juneteenth fundraiser with 18th Street Brewery, a Black owned brewery in Indiana the Juneteenth weekend. See the full list of June's fundraising dates below! We hope to see you there!

We are planning for the start of our Supporting Healthy Black Families Cohort 10, which begins June 21st. Let your friends and family know of this free and impactful workgroup. We are also happy to announce that we are offering two information session/sample classes to those who are interested in learning more about our Co-Conspirator Workgroup.

Last but not least, we have Urban Triage branded Juneteenth T-shirts! Orders yours today and represent Juneteenth and your favorite Community Non Profit! Prices of T-shirts are only $25 and all funds go toward supporting Urban Triage programming. 
Cohort 10 of Supporting Healthy Black Families (SHBF) kicks off Tuesday, June 21!

Sign up today for SHBF! SHBF is a 8-week personal leadership & personal change workgroup that empowers and inspires breakthroughs & transformation in Black people, Black families & Black communities. 

Workgroups meet 2X for 8 weeks---Tuesdays & Thursdays from 6-8 PM.

For questions, please email SHBF@urbantriage.org.
This application is open and ongoing. Reach out to info@urbantriage.org for questions.
Monday, Wednesday 6am, 7am
Saturday 8am 
Join us Saturdays for our Supporting Healthy Black Agriculture Workgroup!
This week, we are building raised beds and volunteers are encouraged to sign up! We are still in need of two cattle fence panels to be used as framework in our raised bed garden. If you or someone you know can be a helpful resource, please reach out! 
Urban Triage also has several volunteer opportunities available. Get in touch with us today at info@urbantriage.org to start your journey towards meaningful community work. 
There are still a few items on our SHBA Wish List that will help the progression of this program. View our SHBA Wish List and consider donating today!

During our first SHBA Workgroup, we started the day with a brief walk through the Natural Path Sanctuary. Afterwards, we observed an interesting millipede while weeding carrots before finishing gardening. Each participant prepared and took home their own containers with tools and resources to grow on their own! 

Curious about the CoConspirator Workshop? Try Out a Sample Class!

Co-Conspirator Workshop alums invite you to come to an information session/sample class to see what CCW is all about. Join us on Thursday, June 16, or Tuesday, 21 from 6-7:30 pm over Zoom. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/ccwsampleclass

We are offering this Sample Class because a lot of folks like the idea of joining a Co-Conspirator Workgroup, but feel uncertain—or want to know more—about making the financial and emotional investment in the work. If that sounds like you, then read on!

Co-Conspirators Workgroup - Cohort 6 officially kicks off July 14th and goes to Sept 23; scheduled meetings happen every other week (Thursdays 6-8 pm and Fridays 4:30-5:30 pm) with individual check-in meetings with small "buddy groups" on the "off" weeks.
We would like to recognize Kimi, Phone Support Specialists for Urban Triage! Kimi brings her amazing customer service, attention to detail and quick wit to our Rental Support program! You can always count on Kimi when you are in a jam and she brings a huge smile to all of her coworker's faces! We are so grateful to Kimi's contributions to our team!
We would like to recognize Banzo for their generous support of Urban Triage and our various initiatives! Their continuous donations help us better serve our clients and our amazing volunteers!
Thank you for everything you do that contributes to #meaningfulchange!
Juneteenth T-Shirts Are In!
In honor of Juneteenth, we have designed T-shirts, made from high quality fabric, which are lightweight, soft and comfortable. We have branded these T-shirts with the Urban Triage logo so you can represent your favorite Community Non Profit!
Prices of T-shirts are only $25 and all funds go toward supporting Urban Triage programming.
Pick up your ordered shirt(s) at our Park Street office location during the week, Monday-Friday, between 10AM to 4PM!
Address: 2312 S Park Street, Madison, WI 53713
We were hoping and praying for great weather conditions but unfortunately nature was not in our favor and we had to reschedule our event to Saturday, July 30th!

We are reaching out to vendors and volunteers directly. If you have any questions, please reach out to us at info@urbantriage.org.

In the meantime, please follow our Facebook Event Page for updates! See you in July!
We are happy to announce that the one and only, Brandi Grayson, Urban Triage's Founder & CEO, will host and moderate an important discussion titled “After the Protest – Policy change through social movements” at noon on Monday, June 27 at the second annual Women’s Leadership Summit presented by Summit Credit Union.

The second annual Summit will take place June 20 – July 1, with one session at noon each day streamed on Facebook Live. It is free and open to the public. Follow Madison 365 for more info!
Please consider joining us at the above fundraising events! Huge THANK YOU to Delta Beer Lab and The Boneyard for hosting their Fundraising Kick Offs for Urban Triage last week!
This is an opportunity for us to have a safer space to support one another in these violent and chaotic times.  
Questions? Contact us at sharefreedominfo333@gmail.com
If you do not identify as African, African-American, Black, Caribbean, would you be kind by sending this message to your network folks who do? Thanks in advance. 
The Police Civilian Oversight Board (COB) and the City of Madison are looking to hire an exceptional individual with a commitment to racial equity and an understanding of oppression and institutional racism to serve as the City's first ever Independent Police Monitor. The preferred candidate shall understand racial inequalities specifically in the criminal justice system and bring prior experience successfully working with multicultural communities. This person will demonstrate knowledge of social injustices and will quickly understand the community’s attitude towards the organization and historical and contemporary race relations.
The Allied Parks Events Team is planning an outdoor Resource Fair on Monday, July 11th, 4p-7p at Allied Park. This is one of the four “Parks Alive 2022” dates this summer listed above.
In addition to being informative, we are hoping the Resource Fair will be informal and engaging with activities for families and children, letting residents know the ways we are ready to support their resiliency and recovery!
Each stakeholder will be supplied with a picnic table as a home base for your resource information and engagement activities.
Please let us know your commitment to the Resource Fair by June 17th so that we may plan accordingly. Please confirm by sending an email to Janice Ferguson janicef@alliedwellnesscenter.org
Want a career where you are creating meaningful change and working with passionate individuals who are dedicated to creating and maintaining inclusive, equitable and healthy environments? Looking for dynamic work with competitive pay, take a look at our open positions! We offer a safe and inclusive environment, women and minorities encouraged to apply!