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Indivisible Ann Arbor

On Sunday, February 19, 2017, some four hundred people in the Ann Arbor area met with the intention of organizing a group to influence Michigan's senators and representatives at the US level. This group is organized on the principles of an organization known as Indivisible.

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Immigration Rapid Response

On Thursday, February 16, 2017, an organization called "We the People of Ypsilanti/Ann Arbor" hosted a potluck and panel discussion about immigrant rights, and what can be done to help safeguard them. Some 20 people were in attendance, at a community events space in Ypsilanti, Michigan.

The panel consisted of:

WCDP Exec Comm Dec 10, 2016 Live Blog Archive

WCDP School Board Unity

[What follows are notes about actions taken by the recently newly elected Washtenaw County Democratic Party Executive Committee. We also passed a resolution re: a "Unity Candidate" for Ann Arbor School Board. See attached image]
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I am one of four Ann Arbor Ward 3 Washtenaw County Democratic Party [WCDP] Executive Committee members. There are 66 of us representing all County districts/regions. We are voting on who will lead the WCDP in 2017 today from 1230-2pm at 200 N Main in Downtown.

The Michigan United Statewide Strategy Summit on Immigrant Rights

On Saturday, Dec 10, 2016, Michigan United held a statewide stragegy summit. The purpose of this meeting was to come up with strategies to support immigrant families and stop deportations. Some one hundred people were in attendance, from many parts of Michigan. Simultaneous Spanish translation was provided in headsets.

"Water is a God-given right"

On Sunday, Dec 4, 2016, the Army Corps of Engineers announced that they would not allow Energy Transfer Partners to build the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) as planned.1 Today, Friday, Dec 9, 2016, Flint residents marched downtown to protest the pipeline anyway.

Water Wonderland

Last Thursday, Dec 1, 2016, the Michigan Organizer attended a rally in Grand Rapids to protest the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). At the time, there was a similar rally scheduled in Lansing for Monday, Dec 5, 2016.

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Democratic Party "is like having a giant megaphone. Whose voice will it amplify?"

The Democratic Party renaissance continues. Last night in Ann Arbor, approximately 40 people attended a meeting called "Progressive Revolution in Ann Arbor," focused on bringing new people into the Democratic Party.

Phonebanking against lame duck session's voter suppression and anti-teacher-pension bills

The Lame Duck session of the Michigan state legislature is trying to speed through a few bills that may be of interest to some of our readers.

A Democratic Party Renaissance Is Brewing

During this election, the campaign of Bernie Sanders had a lot of people excited. You can see this by the way he kept setting records for the number of small, individual donations.123 He raised $134,684,156 in small, individual contributions, coming out to 59.03% of his total funds.4 Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton raised only $91,522,689 in small, individual contributions, coming out to 18.39%.5 That's a much smaller percentage of small donors, but also a smaller absolute amount, even though she had more time to raise that money. So, when Bernie Sanders failed to win the Democratic primary, that left a lot of people disappointed, which you can see in the small number of Democratic voters that turned out for the general election.67

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