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Huntington Woods Peace, Citizenship & Education Project
We are residents of Huntington Woods and surrounding communities who came together in 2003 during the invasion of Iraq. Our mission is to promote peace and justice both at home and abroad. 248-548-7370
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Wednesday, April 19, 2017 from 6:45-8:45pm
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19TH TRUMP’S BUDGET: Making America Great Again??? The budget is a moral issue! Huntington Woods Peace, Citizenship & Education Project Will lead a discussion on the many aspects of the upcoming budget: • Military/pentagon spending • Planned parenthood • Climate change/EPA • Meals on Wheels Speakers: James Jackson, Regional Director for Senator Gary Peters, Rev. Rich Peacock - DAPJN (Detroit Area Peace & Justice Network) Randy Block, Convenor, Gray Panthers of Metro Detroit We must be informed ~ keeping the heat on & resisting! Also - Review of local Indivisible groups & their recent actions Please join us for information & future actions Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1691794881116844/ See our Facebook page
Wednesday, March 15, 2017 from 6:45-8:45pm
Health care is a human right. Can Republicans & Trump destroy Obamacare? How to resist? Please join us for an informative discussion with: • Walt Herzig, District Director for Congressman Sandy Levin • Doug Skryzniarz, Associate VP for Government Health Affairs at WSU, Member Sterling Heights City Council • Margaret Mitchell, Exec. Director of Michigan Universal Health Care Access Network (MICHUHCAN) Let’s hear what some of the experts are saying and join in the conversation!
Sunday, February 26, 2017 from 4-6:30pm
@United Methodist Church, Ferndale
Phyllis' recent articles include "American Must Choose Diplomacy Over War" and "The War in Syria Cannot Be Won. But It Can Be Ended" Peace Action of Michigan is a co-sponsor.
Wednesday, February 15, 2017 from 6:45-9pm
Is the World Still Round? Join us for a discussion on Trump’s first 30 days ~ Fran Shor, PhD, Professor Emeritus of History, Wayne State University, a veteran activist in peace,justice, and international solidarity campaigns and longtime member of Michigan Coalition for Human Rights Fran will discuss the immigration ban, cabinet choices, Supreme Court and many of the issues of the day ~ ~ Where: Huntington Woods Library 26415 Scotia – west side of street, s. of 11 Mile Rd. When: Wednesday, February 15th, 6:45 p.m. (begins promptly) Sponsored by the Huntington Woods Peace, Citizenship and Education Project www.hwpeace.weebly.com
Wednesday, January 25, 2017 from 6:45-8:30pm
Organizational meeting divided by Congressional District groups to plan immediate agenda.
Wednesday, January 18, 2017 from 6:45-9pm
HOW TO RESIST TRUMP? It may not be as hard as you think! The Huntington Woods Peace, Citizenship & Education Project presents a review and discussion of the recent article that has gone viral on the Internet: Indivisible: A Practical Guide for Resisting the Trump Agenda compiled by former congressional staffers. This fascinating article is a step by step guide to making your voice heard and taking actions that will block the actions of the Trump era. We believe this invaluable document can serve as our blueprint for resistance ~ ~ the rapid response necessary. Please take a look at the article at www.indivisibleguide.com and join us for an exciting evening launching a new era of activism. (And if you don’t have a chance to read the article be sure to come anyway) WHEN: WEDNESDAY, January 18, 6:45 p.m. (begins promptly) HUNTINGTON WOODS PUBLIC LIBRARY 26415 Scotia Rd. s. of 11 Mile, west side of street Huntington Woods, Mi 48070 ~ lower level SAVE THE DATE: PHYLLIS BENNIS COMING TO SPEAK ON SUNDAY, FEB. 26TH, 4:00 P.M. More details will follow
Thursday, January 12, 2017 from 7-9pm
@Bloomfield Township Public Library
Ron and Phyllis Aronson, founders of Huntington Woods Peace Citizen and Education will speak on Resisting Trump - how to have hope. Here is an excerpt from Ron's piece in the Boston Review. "Though it has now been overshadowed by the stunning victory of bigoted nativism—whether loudly supported or quietly overlooked by most Republicans as well as particular members of the working class—we must not forget that this year we have witnessed the groundwork being laid for a genuine revival of social hope in the United States. I do not mean a renewed faith in grand narratives or a vague and misty-eyed optimism but the tough-minded and inspired disposition to act collectively to make the world more equal, more democratic, more peaceful, more secure, and more just. Despite the defeat of the Sanders campaign, and despite Trump’s victory, we must understand this hope and work to keep it alive."
Tuesday, December 13, 2016 from 6:45-8:30pm
Two representatives working for community outreach will discuss where the refugees come from and what happens after they get to the U.S. Other post-election topics will also be discussed.
Wednesday, October 19, 2016 from 6:45-8:30pm
Southeast Michigan spends less, per capita, than other large metropolitan regions. Learn more about the Regional Transit Authority (RTA) and the upcoming ballot issue to fund regional transit. To make RAPID, RELIABLE, REGIONAL TRANSIT available, voters in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb and Washtenaw counties will be asked to consider a 1.2 MILL property tax on the November 8th ballot. A representative from the RTA will describe the features and benefits of the master plan, including Bus Rapid Transit on Woodward, Airport Express service, 33% increase in Para-transit (door-to-door transit for people with disabiities and seniors), etc. The speaker will be available to answer any questions you may have. Lower level of the library. Free. All are welcome.
Wednesday, June 1, 2016 from 7-9pm
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