Who Are Gray Panthers? 
We are older and younger people.   We are an intergenerational,  non-profit peace and social justice organization with members in Southeast Michigan, including Detroit and the Counties of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb.  We work on issues which affect people of all ages: universal health care, peace, strengthening Social Security and Medicare, challenging descrimination, education reform, economic justice, fair labor practices and campaign finance reform.  Join us! 
Convenor: Randy Block, 248-549-5170
 of Metro Detroit
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RESIST!

Trump's Tax "Reform" Plan 
Expected to give 62% of tax cuts to top 1 percent!
Click HERE for "13 Terrible Things About the Senate Republican Tax Plan" 
from Americans for Tax Fairness.


Call Your Representatives 
1-202-224-3121 (capitol switchboard)
Gray Panthers Public Meeting    

THE CRISIS IN PUERTO RICO
How We Can Be Part of the Solution








CO-SPONSORS:  Detroit WILPF; P.E.A.C.E, Citizens for Peace; Peace Action of Michigan, MI Democratic Socialists of America, MichUHCAN

Saturday, December 16, 2017, 10 a.m.
Royal Oak Community Center, 3500 Marais, R.O.

As folks in cities big and small
Went in huge numbers to Town Halls
And made Republicans shake with fear
About their election chances next year

And so their awful plan went down
And Trump can only wear a frown
Perhaps this is the time to call
For Single Payer -- Medicare for All
Gray Panthers
Testimony to Senate Finance Committee on "Tax Reform"








Senator Orrin Hatch, Chair, U.S. Senate Finance Committee, accepted testimony of tax reform during July, 2017.  Now President Trump and Republican leaders of Congress have their eyes on introducing tax reform this fall that includes more benefits for the top 1%.  

Click HERE to read Gray Panthers testimony on Tax Reform


Raquelle Seda, Coordinator, National Boricua Human Rights Network &
Jorge Chinea, Director, Center for Latino American Studies, Wayne State University