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Social and Political Activism - Week of January 15, 2018






 
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Wednesday


January 2018
 7 p.m. 

10th Anniversary Celebration: Michigan Organization on Adolsecent Sexual Health.

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Celebrate with us and learn more about MOASH as we highlight 10 different programs, projects, events, and areas of impact over the course of the next year.
Cobblestone Farms, 2781 Packard Street. $100. 734-645-4274. jldegregorio@gmail.com www.MOASH.org [map]


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Saturday


January 2018
 2-4 p.m.  Free! 

Women's March Ann Arbor 2018: Progressives at UM and Women's March Ann Arbor.

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Although not required RSVPs Appreciated https://www.facebook.com/events/302878776902151/
RALLY INFORMATION
LOCATION: This year, we rally in the Diag at the Univ. of Michigan.
2:00 Begin gathering. Tabling will include voter registration, sign-making (please bring your own poster board or some to contribute if possible!) and other groups TBA.
2:30 Music by Jeanne Mackey and Friends kicks off the rally! Same great musicians as last year.
3:00 Wonderful speakers, including: activist Michelle Elizabeth Brown; award-winning poet Zilka Joseph; Rowan Coneybeare of UM College Democrats, Lily Buday of the Progressives at the University of Michigan, and more. Closing remarks by organizers of the march.
This rally is open to the whole family: children and pets included. However, please keep in mind that we anticipate a large and noisy event when deciding who to bring with you. Volunteer staffers will be wearing orange vests. Bring your signs!
The Diag, Umich Campus. Free. WomensMarchA2@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/events/302878776902151/







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