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Michigan Coalition for Human Rights
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U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib was the keynote speaker at MCHR’s annual dinner in mid-April. Tlaib talked about her introduction to the U.S. House of Representatives, the possible impeachment of President Trump and the energy and new ideas brought by the newly-elected members of Congress.
The Michigan Coalition for Human Rights held its 39th annual dinner at Marygrove College on April 14, 2019.
U.S. House Rep. Rashida Tlaib was keynote speaker and she addressed numerous issues, including the many problems with our immigration system and ICE (U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement); progress of the House of Representatives oversight of the Trump Administration; and challenges regarding the leadership and future direction of the Democratic Party.
Commenting on the environment in the House of Representatives, Tlaib said she feels “more Palestinian in the halls of Congress than I do anywhere in the country — in the world.”
A record number of tickets were purchased for this year’s annual dinner, making it one of MCHR’s most successful fundraising initiatives ever.
We stand with the Christchurch Muslim community and our Kiwi friends in their time of mourning and pledge our support.
We encourage people worldwide to provide donations and support to the families of victims as soon as that information becomes available.
This type of violence and the hate that motivates it is unacceptable in any country and people worldwide have a responsibility to stand up and say no.