Saru Jayaraman, co-director of the Restaurant Opportunities Center United (ROC United) at UC Berkeley, will give the keynote address at MCHR’s annual dinner on March 18 at Marygrove College in Detroit. Jayaraman started ROC United in the wake of 9/11 to help restaurant workers displaced as a result of the World Trade Center Tragedy.
The Michigan Coalition for Human Rights (MCHR) supports the courageous efforts of young students throughout the country who are mobilizing and plan to march. MCHR supports them as they engage in non-violent protests in Washington and other major cities — insisting that lawmakers pass stronger gun control laws and take other measures to protect them […]
MCHR board member Abayomi Azikiwe wrote about the celebration of 2018 Martin Luther King Day in Detroit. In his article, Azikiwe addresses Detroit’s historical role in the civil rights movement, Dr. King’s legacy and the many voices who came together at Central United Methodist Church.
Click here to read the full article at www.globalresearch.ca.
MCHR Board Chair Cary McGehee was recently interviewed by Cynthia Canty on the Michigan Radio/NPR Stateside program in regard to what victims can do about sexual harassment in the workplace.
Abayomi Azikiwe, long-time MCHR board member, writes about the history of Detroit and the future of its revitalization.
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Oct. 30th, 2017