Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church
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Saturday, March 3, 2018 from 1-3pm
This forum is being co-sponsored by 50+ organizations who are joining together to demand that candidates for governor address key issues for our communities. We believe our state needs a bold agenda that will tackle the root causes of poverty, inequality, and racism head on. We'll be asking candidates to outline their plans for criminal justice reform, immigrants rights, affordable health care & elder care, child care, and environmental justice. Learn the extent to which these candidates support progressive policies. Click here to get your ticket: http://bit.ly/2018govforum. See you there! Please note that the time and location above are updated from what was originally publicized, in order to accommodate the large response.
Friday, February 5, 2016 from 5:30-9pm
Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusions Race2Equity Initiative hosts monthly dialogues on race, place, and opportunity to share lived experiences of racial inequity in a multi-racial, ethnic, economic and generational space. We make visible the issues in a collective space and work with the community to activate a race consciousness with those who have access, power, and privilege to create systemic change towards racial justice. February's conversation will be with Yusef Bunchy Shakur in the Z8ne neighborhood where we will be talking about Race, Power and Community Organizing. Skahur utilizes his myriad of life experiences --- being raised in extreme poverty, alcoholism and abuse in the home, abandoned by his father to co-founding a gang and ultimately finding himself in prison where he met his father for the first time --- to heal, re-sprit and restore humanity to his Detroit neighborhood Z8ne.
Friday, November 20, 2015 from 5:30-7pm
Part of a Michigan Roundtable Neighborhood in Action Series. Moderator: Yusef Bunchy Shakur. Info: 313-870 1500 x 100
Friday, June 19, 2015 from 5:30-7pm
Professor Peter Hammer, Wayne State University Law School, to keynote on "assuring health in a time of inequity" at this MichUHCAN fundraiser. RSVP/purchase tickets at link above
Friday, June 20, 2014 from 6:30-8pm
Hear Wendel Potter, insurance company whistleblower, tell about "Insurance Companies and Other Barriers to Affordability". Tickets: $35.
Thursday, June 19, 2014 from 11am-3pm
Speaker: Rev. Tim Ahrens, noted advocate for health equity and social justice. Free but $10 donation requested for the meal. To register, call St. John Providence Health Connect at 1-866-501-3627 #2 by June 13th. Provide name, title, affiliation, email and phone number. Co-sponsors: Interfaith Health and Hope Coalition and Detroit Wayne County Health Authority with support from the Jewish Fund.