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Monday, November 13, 2017 at 7pm
Panel: Michael Steinberg(ACLU) Julie Hurwitz (Lawyers Guild) Asha Noor (CAIR), moderator: Peter Hammer (Damon Keith Center for Civil Rights).
Tuesday, August 1, 2017 from 5:30-9pm
Join community leaders, thinkers, artists, educators, organizers, activists as we reclaim, redefine and reimagine what #safetyis. Co-sponsors: ROC MI, RAISE, Colores Restaurant, and WNUC (96.7) fm radio. Many collaborating partners. Event includes food, visual arts, group breakout groups on topics related to Safety and Liberation. Child care and activities for kids.
Sunday, April 30, 2017 from 5-8pm
Morris Dees, Co-founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center, to keynote MCHR annual awards banquet. For more information, call 313-502-6044. Dinner tickets, table sales and advertising space.
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.
Wednesday, March 9, 2016 from 7-8:30pm
The Marygrove College Institute for Detroit Studies and Connecting Neighborhood Creatives present a Defining Detroit event: Moderator * Gwendolyn Winston, Bagley Community Activist Panelists * Rose E. DeSloover, Marygrove College * Dan Pitera, University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit Collaborative Design Center * Michael Stone-Richards, College for Creative Studies * Invincible/Ill Weaver, Complex Movements, Emergence Media Free and open to the public : See attached postcard : More information: 313-927-1448
Wednesday, December 2, 2015 from 7-9pm
This event is sponsored by Marygrove College Democracy Matters Chapter. Calling all Black community activists and organizers to Marygrove College. There will be a talk by Professor Adolph Reed of the University of Pennsylvania and Q & A session. Also there will be breakout sessions.
Sunday, November 1, 2015 from 11am-1:30pm
Brunch & Talk with DAVID SHEEN @ MARYGROVE College A compelling inside view of how people of color — both Jews and non-Jews — are treated in Israel Free gated parking; free admission • Donations gratefully accepted from those who are able to help defray our costs Canadian-born independent journalist and filmmaker David Sheen is an Israeli resident, former reporter and editor at the Israeli daily Ha’aretz, and regular commentator on media such as Al Jazeera, BBC, Huffington Post and others. For over a decade, Sheen has produced written and video content on topics the mainstream media ignores. His presentation will describe Israeli racism and dehumanization toward people of color — African non-Jews, Ethiopian Jews, citizens of Israel, stateless Palestinians, and others — by top Israeli political and religious leaders, and the vigilante attacks they inspire. Sheen has written a report to the United Nations on Israeli racism, and currently is writing a book about African immigrants to Israel and the struggles they face. Sheen is extremely knowledgeable and this will certainly be an informative event you will not want to miss. OPTIONAL: bring a brunch dish to share. We will provide bagels & coffee for everyone (please RSVP so we have enough, but feel free to invite others and attend even if you have not RSVPed).
Friday, October 23, 2015 at midnight through Monday, October 26, 2015 at midnight
midnight through Monday, October 26 at midnight
Great Lakes Bioneers Detroit promotes collaboration and networking among SE Michigan individuals and organizations working on sustainability and eco-justice issues. This is a three-day conference. For details and registration, see http://www.glbd.org/
Saturday, September 26, 2015 from 10am-noon
After 50 years of right-wing anti-government messaging and anti-government governing, it's no surprise that 75% of Americans today distrust government. Yet government is the tool we must use to build the kind of society we want. In this second "Make Government Work" Forum, we will learn from others who grew up Canada,England and other industrial democracies that are similar to ours economically, but worlds apart politically and social justice-wise. Panelists from Canada, England and other major industrial nations will talk about how their governments work and what their citizens think about government. Most U.S. citizens don't trust government, don't believe it will ever help people like them, fall back on individualistic solutions and don't get involved in politics. Location: Marygrove College, Madame Cadillac Building, 8425 W. McNichols, Detroit. Sponsored by: Southeast Michigan Jobs with Justice and UAW Region 1 Retirees Council.
Friday, September 25, 2015 at midnight through Saturday, September 26, 2015 at midnight
midnight through Saturday, September 26 at midnight
Author Carol Teegardin's play "Strawberry"has been postponed. It was scheduled to open at Marygrove College Theatre in late Sept., but scheduling problems and mounting financial costs were prohibitive.
Monday, September 21, 2015 from 7-9pm
Activist minister, Rev. Bill Wylie Kellerman, will speak on how and why faith must lead to work for human rights. How can social action be shared by faith? What does faith have to do with emergency managers, water shutoffs, gentrification and other issues that face Detroit? Sponsored by the Michigan Coalition for Human Rights and Marygrove Social Justice Program. Hope to have two responders from different faiths. $5 donation at the door.