Birmingham Unitarian Church, 38651 Woodward Ave., Bloomfield Hills, MI
38651 Woodward Ave
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Thursday, April 20, 2017 from 7-9pm
This is the third of a three-part speaker series exploring causes and contributors to the growing wealth and income gap in our state and nationally and what can be done to reverse it. Part 1: The Fall and Rise of Income Inequality -- Charles Ballard, Professor of Economics, Michigan State University. Prof. Ballard will discuss the economics and policy behind the growing income inequality in Michigan and nationally. Part 2: Jobs in a Second Machine Age -- Lou Glazer, President of Michigan Future, Inc. Lou will discuss the skills and jobs that will make Michigan more prosperous and more equal in the future, or less so if we don't prepare to have those skills and jobs. Visit www.tinyurl.com/2017Series for more information and to register.
Thursday, March 16, 2017 from 7-9pm
This is the second of a three-part speaker series exploring causes and contributors to the growing wealth and income gap in our state and nationally and what can be done to reverse it. Featured speaker: Marjorie Mitchell, Executive Director of Michigan Universal Health Care Access Network (MichUHCAN). 20 million Americans have gained access to health care under the Affordable Care Act; 618,000 in Michigan. Under the new administration, calls to repeal ACA, privatize Medicare, block grant Medicaid and privatize veterans health care are prevalent themes. Marjorie will discuss the impact of such policy changes. Visit www.tinyurl.com/2017Series for more information and to register.
Friday, November 18, 2016 from 8-10pm
Not a Sierra Club event - Supporting the Flint Child Health & Development Fund Guest Speaker Claire McClinton, Flint Democracy Defense League Featuring music by Gaia Women of the Great Lakes Basin A social justice chorus singing the music of Carolyn McDade and friends Harmony Bones Laz Slomovits, Jeanne Mackey, Eric Fithian, Linda Teaman, Tom Voiles Suggested Donation: $20 or more Donations from this concert will go to the Fund, created at the Community Foundation of Greater Flint, and will be used for interventions supporting positive health outcomes for Flint children. Make checks payable to: Foundation for Flint | Community Foundation Building | 500 S. Saginaw St., Suite 200 | Flint, MI 48502 All gifts received by December 31 will be matched by the C.S. Mott Foundation.
Saturday, April 2, 2016 from 9am-2pm
We are pleased to invite you to the second annual Building Green Bridges workshop for faith-based organizations/congregations interested in starting or enhancing an environmental sustainability program at your place of worship. We feel that stewardship of our Earth and all its natural resources is a significant part of the religious values revered in many faiths. Let's all come together and work on these important goals. Nourishing Hope in an Age of Climate Change: The Challenge of Laudato Si' Laudato Si' is the encyclical letter recently written by Pope Francis where he gives a clarion call to each of us to wake up, face the reality of climate change, and work together for the sake of the future of the human race. Sr. Patricia Benson, OP, PhD, is a retired Associate Professor of Spirituality and is deeply committed to care for Creation. Climate Change & You: An Environmental Awareness Presentation Gerald Hasspacher, MM, BS, is a well known presenter on environmental issues. An active member of the Southeast Michigan Group of the Sierra Club, he serves on their Executive Committee. Jerry likes to lead by example and is Chairman of the 12th Annual Green Cruise. He is also Co-leader/organizer of the Suburban Critical Mass Bicycle Rides and is busy working with many other local organizations. Pathways to Sustainability: The Greening of US Faith Communities Cybelle Shattuck is a PhD candidate at U of M School of Natural Resources and Environment. She has served on the Board of Directors of the Michigan Chapter of Interfaith Power & Light. Her objective is to encourage efforts that foster more resilient human and natural communities through “faith in action.” Her presentation will describe sustainability initiatives, their positive impact on the environment, while at the same time saving money and inspiring people to work together. An overview of Environmental Legislation will be given by a representative from the office of Senator Debbie Stabenow. Registration (before March 15th) is $10. Before April 1st is $15. At the door is $20. A healthy lunch is included. To register - Email your name, phone # & email to firstname.lastname@example.org Sponsored by Birmingham Unitarian Church ( bucmi.org ) and Motor City Free Geek ( motorcityfreegeek.net )