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The Building Unity Democracy Tour

In 2020, social distancing and wearing masks, Building Unity drove a 34’ Motorhome, dubbed the “Votemobile”, over 3,000 miles around Wisconsin, to engage and register voters.

Sadly, we are witnessing the steady erosion of our democracy as gerrymandering, voter suppression, partisanship and misinformation threaten to undermine our institutions and the very foundation of our democracy. The Vote.

This Summer, Building Unity will be taking the Votemobile back on the road with the message that Your Democracy Needs YOU. The Tour will feature a traveling exhibit of artwork, photographs and videos inspired by the struggles for women’s suffrage, Peace, Civil Rights, Justice and environmental movements and, more recently, what has been happening in Ukraine.

We will be interviewing and recording comments by ordinary people in communities around Wisconsin, to share their thoughts about what preserving our democracy means to them. Their comments, along with some related documentaries, and films will be shown on a large flat-screen TV mounted on the side of the Building Unity Votemobile.

Interviews and comments will be shared on Building Unity’s social media accounts and local TV stations on the tour and we hope to serve as a catalyst for local engagement and action. FYI, Building Unity is a non-partisan, non-profit project of the PC Foundation.

To donate to this new project, you can send a check to the PC Foundation or use our PayPal donation button below.

More information about the PC Foundation

Thank you for visiting our homepage!  The PC Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit  organization, established in 1980 and is based in Madison, Wisconsin. Although the legal name of our group is the Press Connection Foundation, we use the name "PC Foundation."  We have a board of directors, which meets annually for a business meeting and election of new officers.  We promote local opportunities for community groups that partner with us on projects. PC Foundation has been privileged to work with many projects and groups over our 40 year history.   

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Visit this link to get involved with our group or to request assistance: https://www.pcfound.org/what-we-do  

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There are ten active groups currently working with the PC Foundation. Please take a few minutes to explore the website to learn more.

PC Foundation Small Grants News

PC Foundation provided a $500 grant to Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice to purchase 100 2-Sided Yard Signs (see below) to take the Midwest Renewable Energy Fair in Custer, Wisconsin, from June 24-26. 

Thanks for your support!