St. Paul's Episcopal Church

Location

218 W. Ottawa Street
Lansing
,
MI
48933
,
US

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Past Events

Saturday
Jan
21
2017
Saturday, January 21, 2017 from 1-6pm
1-6pm
We will be joining forces with the March on Lansing event (www.marchonlansing.org) that is happening at the capitol from 1-3pm. After the rally, we will take that energy, and direct it into action! The rally will be led by many progressive leaders throughout the state, including Gretchen Whitmer, who will share with us the best ways to get involved and take action! Admission is free, but we are asking for a $10 donation per ticket (and if you are able to give more, please do so, and help cover someone who can't contribute financially.) All donations go to covering the cost of the event. https://www.facebook.com/events/101024510384718/
Tuesday
May
19
2015
Tuesday, May 19, 2015 from 9am-5pm
9am-5pm
Buses leave Kalamazoo @ 7am Stockbridge Methodist Church 1009 Stockbridge Ave. Kalamazoo, MI 49001 Buses leave Detroit @ 7am ACCESS 2651 Saulino Court Dearborn, MI 48120 Buses return from Lansing @ 4:00pm -------------------------------- Friends, Every election, we vote for candidates who we want to represent our voice and our communities. Too often, we never see or hear from a representative once they get elected. Capitol Day 2015 is an opportunity for Michigan people to speak directly with our elected representatives about the issues that affect us the most: Fair Elections & Non-Partisan Redistricting Mass Incarceration & Police Accountability Keeping our Families Together Women's Economic Justice F.A.Q's: What are the legislative meetings like? You will be placed on a team with other residents from your district, who also care deeply about these issues. In the afternoon, we will meet with representatives from across Michigan to show them that we are paying attention to politics and it's time for them to represent the people. Never talked with your representative before? Not to worry! We will train everyone attending a legislature meeting prior to May 19th, so you'll feel confident in your ability to convey your story and your point of view. Who are my representatives? Click the links below to find out: Michigan House of Representatives Michigan Senate Legislative meetings? is that it? Oh, no! There's so much more! We've planned an exciting opening plenary with key speakers, opportunity to purchase Michigan United merchandise, and of course we will do DIRECT ACTION! Capitol Day 2014 Direct Action -- Michigan United members demand that the state protect unaccompanied children who sought asylum in our state from the violence of Central America. Food? Yes! Breakfast & lunch will be provided. Please indicate any dietary restrictions on the registration form. Transportation? Yes! Bus transportation from Kalamazoo & Detroit to Lansing will leave their respective cities at 7:00am. Buses will leave Lansing at 4:00pm. Please indicate your departure city on the registration form. Childcare? Yes! There will be babysitters to watch over the little ones while you are out protecting their future. Be sure to indicate how many children are coming with you and their ages on the registration form. Additional questions or for more information contact our office, (877) 507-7774, ext 706, or email Christine@miunited.org. In Unity, Michigan United Staff
Tuesday
Apr
14
2015
Tuesday, April 14, 2015 from 10:30am-2pm
10:30am-2pm
An Equal Pay Day Coalition is sponsoring its annual Equal Pay Day this Tuesday, April 14th to make a statement to legislators that wage equality is long overdue! Wear RED on this day to symbolize that women and minorities are still "in the red" with regard to their pay. Gather in the Capitol rotunda from 1 - 2 p.m. A briefing on equal pay legislation and how to communicate with legislators will take place from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. across the street from the Capitol. For more info., call Millie Hall, CLUW, at 313-657-0023.