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Thursday, June 15, 2017 at 7pm
7:00 pm - Annual Report and Board Elections 7:30 pm - Lecture by Saeed Khan -- Technology, Trolls and Toxicity: Social Media as the New Political Battleground NOTE: You do NOT need to be a member to attend.
Tuesday, May 30, 2017 from 7-9pm
Fourth film of MCHR Series is Secret State of North Korea. FRONTLINE shines a light on the hidden world of the North Korean people, revealing how ordinary citizens are resisting one of the world’s most oppressive regimes. Much has happen since this film was made. The conflict is escalating to dangerous levels. Come join the discussion with Fred Pearson, director of the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies at WSU and retired WSU Prof. Abayomi Azikiwe and unravel the mystery.
Tuesday, May 23, 2017 from 7-9pm
Third film of the series, Deep Down, is--without a doubt--the most moving and insightful film yet on the issue of mountaintop removal and it reveals the complexities of a rogue industry that is threatening much more than trees and mountains, but an entire way of life and the soul of a proud people. This movie provides heroes that can stand as examples in any fight for social justice. Tom Zerafa, MCHR and Sierra Club board member, will facilitate
Tuesday, May 16, 2017 from 7-9pm
Second film in MCHR Spring Series, The Hand That Feeds, A David and Goliath story of undocumented deli workers fighting back against bad working conditions to organize. Adonis Flores, from MI United will facilitate.
Saturday, March 4, 2017 from 9am-5pm
This is a full day training done by MetaPeace Team and you must be present for the full day. You must be resgistered by calling Marge Sears 313 579-9071 or email at email@example.com Spaces are limited. Register early. Cost is $45 and includes breakfast, lunch and training manual. Cash or check only.
Monday, February 20, 2017 from 7-9pm
@UAW Local 869 , , 48091
Today’s political climate has us divided, but there should be a way that we can work together so that all can have what we need. Be a part of the discussion. Panel: Jerry King UAW Sylvia Orduno, MI Welfare Rights Sam Stark, SE Jobs for Justice Monderator; Kim Redigan
Saturday, January 28, 2017 from 9am-5pm
@St. Peter's Episcopal Church
Starting with the understanding that the primary violence in our world is structural and expressed in systems of oppression, the training will invite participants to learn and practice a variety of active nonviolence skills, including strategies to challenge and interrupt the intimidation and harassment that have escalated since the election. The training will also explore the efficacy of peace teams, offering those who complete the training opportunities to join MPT domestic peace teams and apply to serve on international teams
Monday, December 5, 2016 from 7-9pm
MCHR United Nations Declaration of Human Rights Day Moderator: Frank Hammer, MCHR Board The 1% Has Brought to the Twin Crises of Environment and Jobs José Cuello, Ph.D., History, Wayne State University, MCHR Executive Committee Environmental Justice at Every Level Wil Copeland, Eastern Michigan Environmental Action Council Practical Steps for Achieving Environmental Justice Marnese Jackson, Environmental and Energy Justice Coordinator In order to preserve human rights on the planet, we have to save the planet itself from what scientists are calling the impending Sixth Extinction. This program will address the questions of how we got here and some of the solutions we must take to create a revolution in environmental consciousness and action in our localities, regions, nation and the world. The intent of MCHR is to strengthen the coalition of the environmentally concerned human rights organizations and individuals in Detroit and Michigan. Cosponsor: EMEAC MCHR office 313 579-9071 firstname.lastname@example.org www.mchr.org
Sunday, September 11, 2016 from 4-6pm
Jim Wallis, noted author and founder of Soujourners Foundation, offers a urgent and deeply person call to action overcoming racism that is so ingrained in American society. Spirit led truth telling and a lovely disruption to the status quo. Free admission, Books available for sale
Sunday, January 17, 2016 from 1-3pm
@Detroit Repertory Theatre
Friend/ Fundraiser to view the play, "Butler" at the Det Rep. 1pm reception (free glass of champagne) and play at 2 pm. Tickets $20 will be waiting at the door after paying. Order tickets by calling 313 579 9071. Butler is a comedy based on a true story from the civil war when a shrewd runaway slave asks for asylum in a fort in Virginia.