2023 ICPJ Latin America Speaker Series

2023 ICPJ Latin America Speaker Series

This series is hosted by the ICPJ Latin America Caucus and the Huron Valley Democratic Socialists of America, and U-M Latin American & Caribbean Studies (LACS). Registration is free and open to all, donations welcome.More information and links to register can be found here: https://www.icpj.org/2023-icpj-latin-america-caucus-speaker-series/

Join Us to Build Toward Peace & Justice in 2023

Join Us to Build Toward Peace & Justice in 2023

We’ve been getting ready for the New Year & hoping you have some space and time to think about the ways that you will commit to working with ICPJ toward Peace & Justice in Washtenaw County in 2023. Join us to… + Build Community Power 

ICPJ Impact Report:     January – September 2022

ICPJ Impact Report: January – September 2022

2022 has been a busy year! Check out this Impact Report to see what were up to from January through September. You will see updates about how we did direct action, capacity-building, advocacy, community organizing, and education in areas that include Building Community Power and 

How Do Judges Impact Racial and Economic Justice?

How Do Judges Impact Racial and Economic Justice?

Join the VOTE Caucus and the ICPJ Network as we meet to learn more about the District and Circuit Courts and to hear directly from the local judicial candidates. Register in advance for this meeting:https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZArfuyppzosGtwuzx6X-0nBa73cq0wjLp9R Friday, October 7 from 5:30-7 pm Moderated by Alexandria Hughes 

New Life for Mohamed, Ann Arbor Sanctuary Guest since 2018

New Life for Mohamed, Ann Arbor Sanctuary Guest since 2018

The local community is celebrating a new lease on life for Mohamed Soumah, who has been in sanctuary in Ann Arbor Friends Meeting House since October 2018. A deportation order at that time would have been a death sentence for Mohamed, 47, who has been 

RE:CLAIM: An Unprecedented Collaborative Exhibit

RE:CLAIM: An Unprecedented Collaborative Exhibit

RE:CLAIM {Rooted Exhibition: Community ~ Love ~ Abundance ~ Intergenerational ~ Multiplicity} is a project that is a collective of artists, advocates, and movement builders seeking to honor the complexity and diversity of the community impact of the criminal legal system as it affects youth, 

People’s Budget Community Dinner & Gathering

People’s Budget Community Dinner & Gathering

Tuesday, September 20th 6-8PMYpsilanti Freight House The Community Dinner & Gathering on Tuesday, September 20th is an opportunity for community members to look at ways that we can have an impact on how monies are spent & to learn more about the ideas that community 

Join Us for the 2022 ICPJ Harvest Dinner

Join Us for the 2022 ICPJ Harvest Dinner

Ann Arbor Farmers MarketThursday, October 20th 5:30 – 8PM! We will be honoring activists who embody the values of ICPJ. 2022 Peace & Justice Honoree: Sheri Wander Peace and Justice Network Organization: The Dispute Resolution Center (DRC) Emergent Leader: Victor Liu Anti-Racist Advocate: Alyshia Dyer 

2022 Charlie King & Annie Patterson ICPJ Benefit Concert

2022 Charlie King & Annie Patterson ICPJ Benefit Concert

Saturday, October 22ndDoors Open at 7pm; Concert at 7:30 Church of the Good Shepherd2145 Independence Boulevard, Ann Arbor, MI, 48104 Registeration Requested: https://2022-charlie-king-annie-patterson-ICPJ-benefit-concert.eventbrite.com Charlie King is a musical storyteller and political satirist who sings and writes passionately about the extraordinary lives of ordinary people, in 

Vote YES for the August 2 Transit Proposal

Vote YES for the August 2 Transit Proposal

ICPJ is part of a diverse group of community advocates calling on voters in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, and Ypsilanti Township to vote YES on transit in the August 2 election. Good bus and transit service is a 21st century solution that promotes justice, affordability, labor, 

State Representative District 32 Candidate Forum: Tuesday  June 21, 7-8:30 pm

State Representative District 32 Candidate Forum: Tuesday June 21, 7-8:30 pm

Join the Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice VOTE Caucus, Protectors for Equality in Government, and WeROC for a forum focused on Racial and Economic Justice issues. We will be joined by 5 of the 6 candidates for District 32! As part of the forum 

County Commission Candidate Forum      (Districts 2, 5, and 6)|Thursday June 23,              6-7:30 pm on Zoom

County Commission Candidate Forum (Districts 2, 5, and 6)|Thursday June 23, 6-7:30 pm on Zoom

Join the Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice VOTE Caucus, Protectors for Equality in Government, WeROC, and Sigma Rho Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. for a forum focused on Racial and Economic Justice issues. We will be joined by six of the 

ICPJ Generations Campaign Launch Party ~ Sunday, June 26th

ICPJ Generations Campaign Launch Party ~ Sunday, June 26th

Register at the link here:https://bit.ly/ICPJGenerationsLaunchParty All Are Welcome!!!For no-cost tickets, please complete this form: https://forms.gle/SnxcBZCQb7ubKW6w5or email Info@ICPJ.org, or leave a message at 734.663.1870 Now it the Time to Act Boldly for Racial and Economic Justice! ICPJ is launching the Generations Campaign – an opportunity to 

Washtenaw Faces Race: Rescuing Democracy 2022

Washtenaw Faces Race: Rescuing Democracy 2022

Informed and educated citizens are essential to a working democracy. To this end, Ypsilanti District Library and Washtenaw Faces Race  present an evening conference of informative and thoughtful speakers who discuss how the issue of racism in the U.S. is currently and always has been entangled with threats against democracy. We invite you 

Connect & Act and 2022 Annual Meeting- May 21st!

Connect & Act and 2022 Annual Meeting- May 21st!

The gathering is free to attend, although donations are always welcome. Please register at the link here so that we can plan accordingly. Also, sign up to bring a potluck dish for the community meal or to volunteer for logistics for the community gathering. This 

The Struggle for Environmental, Racial & Human Rights in Honduras | Speaker Mary Anne Perrone Tuesday, May 10th, 7:00 – 9:00pm

The Struggle for Environmental, Racial & Human Rights in Honduras | Speaker Mary Anne Perrone Tuesday, May 10th, 7:00 – 9:00pm

Register for the (online) event here:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/228024355987. There is no cost for these events, but your donations to ICPJ help us to be able to continue this work of educating and mobilizing in our communities.  Mary Anne is an educator, an activist, and a spiritual guide. For 

EARTH DAYS DOWNTOWN ANN ARBOR ON THE COMMONS: APRIL 21-24, 2022

EARTH DAYS DOWNTOWN ANN ARBOR ON THE COMMONS: APRIL 21-24, 2022

Library Lane and Fifth Avenue Noon to 6 and into the evening with Drums and Dancing, weather permitting THURSDAY April 21, 2022:The Commons is Open, Cars are Gone. Tables and Chairs. carpets and kids toys, open Mic. Central Park Now!noon > opening bell and Land 

JOIN US: Community Conversation:After the CREW Report Thursday, March 10, 6:30 – 8:00pm

JOIN US: Community Conversation:After the CREW Report Thursday, March 10, 6:30 – 8:00pm

In an effort to contribute to the goal of a criminal legal system that ensures equal justice for all participants, Citizens for Racial Equity in Washtenaw (CREW) was formed to gather public data on the charging and sentencing of individuals in Washtenaw County and to 

Borders, Homeland Security, & Bridges | Speaker Todd Miller Tuesday, April 12th ~ 7pm

Borders, Homeland Security, & Bridges | Speaker Todd Miller Tuesday, April 12th ~ 7pm

Register for the (online) event here:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/228024355987. There is no cost for these events, but your donations to ICPJ help us to be able to continue this work of educating and mobilizing in our communities.  Todd Miller writes a weekly post for The Border Chronicle. He has 

Provide Your Input: Washtenaw County’s Climate Planning

Provide Your Input: Washtenaw County’s Climate Planning

Be a part of the County’s process for developing its Resilient Washtenaw climate action plan! Join the Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice (www.icpj.org) in a zoom “listening” session with Washtenaw County’s Climate Plan developers on Wednesday, March 9 from 3:00-4:00 pm. (See description below).  Join Zoom