Online Event

Coffee, Computers and Conversation with Senator Bayer

Monday, May 24, 2021 - 5:30pm

This coffee hour is simple and easy! Grab your computer, your coffee and come chat with me from the comfort and safety of your own home or office. I'll fill you in on the latest happenings in the state legislature and around our community.

Join me on Facebook on Monday, May 24th at 5:30 pm for this live event. No need to register!

Questions will be taken from participants via the comment function. Hope you will join me! 

Facebook event here!

THE BIG LIE: Legislative Update on Voter Suppression Bills

Monday, May 24, 2021 - 7:00pm

The MDP Voter Protection Team works to ensure that every voter is able to cast a ballot that counts. Join VP Director, Erica Peresman, and Deputy Director, Dorian Tyus, to learn about proposed Michigan laws that would threaten ballot access and fair election administration, and how you can help oppose them.

Sign up here!

21 Day Equity Challenge

Thursday, May 20, 2021 - 12:00pm to Friday, June 18, 2021 - 12:00pm

Please join United Way of Southeastern Michigan for the 21-Day Equity Challenge! 

The 21-Day Equity Challenge is a self-paced email and community engagement campaign that runs from May 21-June 18. The goal is to provide participants with curated resources to learn more about historical inequities in our region and how they can take action to promote equity and inclusion within their day-to-day lives. Participants will receive an email each weekday that focuses on a different equity-based topic. In addition to daily emails, there is a virtual community-wide kickoff event, closing ceremony, and weekly facilitated roundtable sessions to discuss the topics with fellow participants. Please see the one-pager attached for more information. The Challenge is FREE for all participants. 
Please sign-up via this link:
We also have a full toolkit, which has resources to recruit, promote, and share your involvement in the Challenge. That can be found here:

Embark on a journey to deepen our understanding of and develop our willingness to confront racism, sexism and other forms of inequity and inequality.

Please direct any questions to Dan Colling at