by Ken Coleman, Michigan AdvanceDecember 2, 2021 The Defend Black Voters Coalition on Thursday in Detroit called on Michigan companies to cut off funding to legislators who support what they described as “voter suppression legislation.” “These businesses have made statements supporting Black Lives Matter or opposing voter suppression,” said Jennifer Disla, Detroit Action co-executive director… Continue reading Coalition calls for Michigan businesses to stop funding voter suppression
Now through November 27th, express your gratitude for a person, group or organization that has made a difference in your life by making a donation in their name to Emergent Justice. Your donation will support our work of empowering communities to unapologetically fight to dismantle all systems of injustice throughout Michigan. To make your Gift… Continue reading Gifts in Gratitude
Emergent Justice, in partnership with See Change Kalamazoo, recently began an effort to address one part of the School-to-Prison Pipeline – the lack of support by Kalamazoo Public Schools for children with academic and behavioral struggles. We have witnessed story after story of KPS willfully violating the rights of our children, particularly those who have… Continue reading Disability Concerns in Kalamazoo Public Schools
Michigan state legislators have introduced 39 bills that restrict citizens’ voting rights, harm election administration and demonstrate a lack of knowledge of existing election procedure and law. Emergent Justice aims to not only educate the public on voter suppression and voter ID laws but also on how and where to register to vote and the… Continue reading Michigan State Legislators Introduce Bills To Suppress Voting Rights
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This would be a great place to enter a blurb about EMJ….Maybe our Mission and Vision.??
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