Advocating Justice for all in Michigan

Dear Activist,


Many states are trying to restrict LGBTQ+ rights, especially targeting the transgender community. What challenges does Michigan face as it braces for an influx of "refugees" from restrictive states, seeking affirmative health care? What do we need to know about proposed legislation in Michigan? What can religious and community leaders do to support LGBTQ+ people in the face of growing opposition and oppression?


We invite you to participate in a webinar with leaders Jay Kaplan, LGBTQ+ Rights Project Staff Attorney, ACLU-Michigan, and Emme Zanotti, Advocacy & Outreach Director, Equality Michigan. This webinar [Monday Jan. 22, 5-6pm] will be of particular interest to welcoming congregations, social justice committees, religious leaders and community members who are interested in advocating for the needs of their LGBTQ+ congregants and friends.


This will be a challenging year. Are you ready to address the challenge? This webinar is being presented by Inclusive Justice of Michigan, Jews for a Secular Democracy, and Michigan UU Social Justice Network. Register at this link:


P.S. If you register, then you will receive the link to the recording a few days later. So if you are interested, but unable to attend, please register.


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Over 200 Michigan Faith Leaders Call for LGBTQ Nondiscrimination Protections!

In January 2021 Inclusive Justice, a statewide coalition of faith and community leaders advocating for LGBTQ equality, announced that 200 religious leaders, from Detroit to Marquette, added their names to a statement calling on Michigan’s elected officials to pass comprehensive federal and statewide LGBTQ nondiscrimination protections. 

Click here to add your name.