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The Fight for Economic & Reproductive

​Saturday, May 18, 2019
9:30 a.m. socializing, 10 a.m. meeting starts
Royal Oak Community Center
3500 Marais, Royal Oak

Mary Pollock, American Association of University Women

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.) 

Mary Pollock, an experienced activist who monitors legislation as a Government Relations Coordinator for the American Association of University Women, will bring inside information about what's going on in Lansing.  Specific topics include legislation to promote pay equity for women, updates on the campaign to raise Michigan's minimum wage and bills that seek to undermine women's reproductive rights in our state. 

Tell your friends about this lecture.  
It's an opportunity to learn, share your views and take action! 

Event co-sponsors: Peace Action of Michigan; Southeast Michigan Green Party locals; Michigan Coalition for Human Rights; United Church of Christ - Detroit Metropolitan Area. Other groups who would like to also become co-sponsors of this event, are invited to call Randy Block at 248-549-5170 to add your group's name to support this growing movement. No charge to become a co-sponsor. We only ask your help in spreading the word about this presentation.