When
Oct 15, 10:00 AM
Where
Zoom

PEACE & JUSTICE EVENTS CALENDAR

Click HERE to see the Current Cost of War 

Click HERE to watch our April meeting: "MI Tax Proposals - Who’s Helped? Who’s Hurt?"

Click HERE to watch our July meeting: "Social Media and Social Justice: What You Need to Know"

Regularly Updated Courtesy of Gray Panthers of Metro Detroit 

Submit events for this calendar to graypanthersmetdet@gmail.com OR using THIS FORM

 

This Calendar of events includes activities of a wide range of groups so long as these groups support our common dedication to peace and justice.  

 

To submit an event for the calendar, send information to graypanthersmetdet@gmail.com

name of event, date/time, name of speakers (if any), URL or other contact information to join the meeting. Or submit HERE.  We do not post general meeting notices, only those with an issue focus/speaker. Gray Panthers of Metro Detroit does not claim to endorse all positions of groups with events posted on this calendar. 

NEW SCHEDULE:

MONDAYS: 6 p.m. DEMONSTRATE FOR BLACK LIVES MATTER: 11 Mile/Woodward.  

 This event will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday on the first weekend of the month.

MONDAYS: 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. VIGILS - RACIAL JUSTICE RALLIES. 11 MILE Road & Woodward (in front of St John's Episcopal Church). Sponsored by the Huntington Woods Peace Group. 

 

FRIDAYS:  3:45 p.m. WE STAND WITH OUR NEIGHBORS - IMMIGRATION VIGIL SW Detroit Clark Park, corner of Vernor and Clark. Saturday's (new)11 a.m. 

 

Oct 4    7 p.m.    RELATIONAL ORGANIZING AND ON-LINE VOTER GUIDE TRAINING. This training, sponsored by Red Wine and Blue and Fems for Democracy, shows how to most effectively get your friends, family, neighborsand everyone you know to get out to vote and provides a new tool giving them their own on-line voting guide.  Register HERE in advance for this training.

 

Oct 11    7 p.m. LESSONS FROM A PRISON CLASSROOM. This Zoom meeting is being provided by Citizens for Peace. Speaker Judy Wenzel, taught at a prison in Milan Michigan for 25 years. She will explain how justice issues such as: education, housing, health care, employment, drug policing, race relations and policing all contribute  to mass encarceration.  Click HERE for website to get Zoom link. Call 734-425-0120.