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
    Age and Youth in Action
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Gray Panthers Zoom Presentation: Open to the Public
Saturday, October 17, 2020
10 a.m. to Noon
(part of Gray Panthers public meeting) 
Click HERE  to Join the meeting or 
CALL: 1 646 558 8656; Meeting ID: 872 6763 6642 






CO-SPONSORS:  SE Michigan Green Party; Michigan Coalition for Human Rights; 
United Church of Christ - DMA; Peace Action of Michigan; Michigan UU Social Justice Network; Women's International League for Peace & Freedom - Detroit; SEM Jobs for Justice. Contact Randy Block at 248-549-5170. 


Click HERE to watch a video of Gray Panthers Metro Detroit's September 19th meeting on Black Panthers/Gray Panthers -- Who Knew?! that included a dialogue about these two movements and how shared values.  We celebrated Gray Panthers 50th anniversary at this meeting. 

Click HERE watch a Gray Panthers Video on the Post Office Attacks (developed by a Gray Panther from Berkeley, CA) 





















Become a Member of the National Council of Gray Panthers Networks, a grassroots, intergenerational social justice group with members in 38 states

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Wealth Inequality Grows During the Pandemic
WHAT TO DO?
Gilda Z. Jacobs, President and CEO
Michigan League for Public Policy
Click HERE for Information on How to Stay Safe from COVID-19 
During the COVID-19 pandemic in Michigan, unemployment surged over 17 percent.  Families who were low income and people of color were among the hardest hit. There were increases in the number of families who were evicted from their homes or their apartments. These families faced gas, electric and water shutoffs.   Hear Gilda Jacobs, a leader in the fight for low income families, give an update and offer next steps for action.