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LGBTQ RIGHTS: NO PLAN 'B'
​Saturday, February 16, 2019
Royal Oak Community Center
3500 Marais, Royal Oak

CHAR DAVENPORT,  Lecturer, Green Party Candidate for
Lt. Gov., Vietnam Vet, M.S. Education & Trans Activist 
































Supreme Court Poem
By Paul Felton

My feelings are still very raw
About the Judge Brett Kavanaugh
I must say that to me it seems
He’s not fit to join the Supremes

It’s clear to me he was at fault
In charges of sexual assault
And in the hearing room he lied
For perjury he should be tried

On other matters great and small
His views are quite Neanderthal
In any case it’s a sad day
For women, and the USA.

(Paul Felton is a Gray Panthers poet laureat.) 


Charin Davenport, a long time activist in the Transgender Equality Movement, will speak about what Governor Gretchen Whitmer's recent Executive Directive to affirm LGBTQ rights in Michigan government and through its contractors and Attorney General Dana Nessell's support for the Michigan Civil Right Commission's embrace of LGBTQ rights in Michigan.  

Tell your friends about this lecture.  There is movement in Michigan for progress for LGBTQ rights.  An opportunity to learn, share your views and take action!