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2018 MCHR Freedom Tour and Wayne State University Ralph Bunche Summer Institute

2018 MCHR Freedom Tour and Wayne State University Ralph Bunche Summer Institute

Date: Jul. 9 - Jul. 17, 2018

Young leaders needed from diverse communities across Metro Detroit to join us on a journey of growth, discovery and connection.

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MCHR Annual Meeting – Poor People’s Campaign: Lessons Learned and Looking to the Future

MCHR Annual Meeting – Poor People’s Campaign: Lessons Learned and Looking to the Future

Date: 7pm, Jun. 21st, 2018

Michigan Coalition for Human Rights Annual Meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m., June 21, 2018 at Our Mother of Perpetual Help Parish in Oak Park. Keynote speaker Rev. Ed Rowe and others will talk about the 2018 Poor People’s Campaign.

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Demonstrate For Justice / GM Shareholders’ meeting

Demonstrate For Justice / GM Shareholders’ meeting

Date: 8:30-10:30 AM – Tues. June 12th
(Please note: 4 pm rally on 6/11 is cancelled)

Demonstrate for ASOTRECOL & injured Colombian GM workers resisting illegal firings on June 12 at GM Headquarters, Renaissance Center (E. Jefferson Ave), downtown Detroit.

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Chef Key Locke’s Taco Tuesday Fiesta

Chef Key Locke’s Taco Tuesday Fiesta

Date: May 22nd, 2018, 6pm

Join us at 6 p.m., May 22, 2018 at Two James Spirits in Detroit for Chef Key Locke’s Taco Tuesday Fiesta. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the 2018 Freedom Tour sponsored by Michigan Coalition for Human Rights and Wayne State University Ralph Bunche Summer Institute.  Two James Spirits is at 2445 Michigan Avenue in Detroit.  

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MCHR is co-sponsor of Reversing Runaway Inequality activist workshop on May 19, 2018

MCHR is co-sponsor of Reversing Runaway Inequality activist workshop on May 19, 2018

Date: May 19th 2018, 9am-3pm  |  Featured  |  News

Michigan Coalition For Human Rights and Southeast Michigan Jobs with Justice present a training based on the best selling book “Runaway Inequality” by Les Leopold, co-founder of NYC’s Labor Institute.

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