St. John's-St. Luke's Evangelical Church

Location

2120 Russell St
Detroit
,
MI
48207
,
US

Important Venue Notes

Next to Eastern Market, Detroit. It's just off I-75, and has ample parking -- enter from the parking lot side door.

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Future Events

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Past Events

Saturday
Dec
12
2015
Saturday, December 12, 2015 from 2-5pm
2-5pm
A conversation about Detroit's complicated past, focusing on the 1970s, a critical decade in the nation's history. Who was involved in the social movements that challenged the descending neoliberal economic order in the 1970s? What forms did policing take under Coleman Young, the city's first African American mayor? What can the tumultuous 1970s teach us about contemporary struggles to govern our nation's cities? Join Michael Stauch and First of May Anarchist Alliance for a conversation about "The Ungovernable City: Detroit in the 1970s." http://www.facebook.com/events/887834911330503/
Thursday
Nov
21
2013
Thursday, November 21, 2013 from 6-8pm
6-8pm
Who we are Detroit Eviction Defense is a coalition of homeowners, union members, faith-based activists, community advocates, and allied groups united in the struggle against foreclosure and eviction. We believe that affordable housing is a human right, the foundation of a viable community. In Metro Detroit, wounded by the multiple disasters of mass unemployment, predatory lending, and blight, we call for a halt to all foreclosures of occupied homes and for principal reduction to help hard-pressed homeowners It’s never too late to organize in defense of your home and your neighborhood, but no one should fight this fight alone. We support alternative legal strategies and non-profit finance to resist foreclosure, and we help defend families against eviction with direct and peaceful protest against banks and government agencies. Bring your issues and support to our open meetings, Thursdays at 6pm. For meeting location and more information on what we are doing, check http://detriotevictiondefense.org. Follow us on twitter @EvictDefense. Contact us at detroitevictiondefense@gmail.com Your group is invited to join us We are reaching out to other community and neighborhood groups. Please contact us, and let us know if you'd like us to come talk to your group.
Thursday
Nov
14
2013
Thursday, November 14, 2013 from 6-8pm
6-8pm
Detroit Eviction Defense Who we are Detroit Eviction Defense is a coalition of homeowners, union members, faith-based activists, community advocates, and allied groups united in the struggle against foreclosure and eviction. We believe that affordable housing is a human right, the foundation of a viable community. In Metro Detroit, wounded by the multiple disasters of mass unemployment, predatory lending, and blight, we call for a halt to all foreclosures of occupied homes and for principal reduction to help hard-pressed homeowners It’s never too late to organize in defense of your home and your neighborhood, but no one should fight this fight alone. We support alternative legal strategies and non-profit finance to resist foreclosure, and we help defend families against eviction with direct and peaceful protest against banks and government agencies. Bring your issues and support to our open meetings, Thursdays at 6pm. For meeting location and more information on what we are doing, check http://detriotevictiondefense.org. Follow us on twitter @EvictDefense. Contact us at detroitevictiondefense@gmail.com Your group is invited to join us We are reaching out to other community and neighborhood groups. Please contact us, and let us know if you'd like us to come talk to your group.
Saturday
Aug
31
2013