Zoom Virtual Event

Fems For Dems Spring Book Club: "The Black Friend..."

Wednesday, March 24, 2021 - 7:30pm

Fems For Dems Spring Book Club - The Black Friend: On Being A Better White Person

More info & registration HERE

We are thrilled to have our second bestselling author join our book club - Fred Joseph. His book not only reflects on his life and is a conversation starter. It also aims to provide tools that we can all use as we interact with different facets of society. We strive to do better and create a better world. 

A famous advocate notes that “we must raise anti-racist kids who will never be perpetrators of or bystanders to white supremacy and who will never mistake tolerance or appropriation for respect. Don't skip the painful parts--read every word.” (Chelsea Clinton)

Order the book now at The Lit Bar  (let’s support local businesses - it’s also available at other booksellers).

Note: We are launching this event during Black History Month. The exact date for the discussion with this best selling author is confirmed for MARCH 24 @ 7:30pm. Order the book now - read it - and plan to talk with the author on MARCH 24 @ 7:30pm. 

Sen. Bayer Virtual Coffee Chit Chat

Friday, March 12, 2021 - 12:00pm

Zoom Coffee Hour with Senator Bayer

Facebook Event Page

Register HERE

We are going to mix it up a bit! Join me for a Zoom coffee hour where we can talk "face to face" or at least virtually face to face. We will stream this event live to Facebook as well - but if you want to ask questions or engage in dialogue you will need to join the Zoom event.

In order to participated, please register in advance:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Hope to see you here!

Meet State Rep. Jim Ellison

Friday, March 19, 2021 - 6:00pm

Who's My Rep? Meet State Rep. Jim Ellison

Facebook Event Page

Register HERE

Make sure to register at fofmi.link/repellison to receive meeting link!

Join For Our Future MI as we interview Representative Jim Ellison. We'll learn what led him to run for office in the state of Michigan, what his legislative goals are, and what he's doing this year to help advocate for your most important issues.

This will be an online Zoom event, make sure to register @ fofmi.link/repellison to receive your link to the meeting!

Oakland/Macomb NOW March Mixer

Saturday, March 20, 2021 - 4:00pm

Oakland/Macomb Michigan NOW - Virtual New Member Mixer 

Facebook Event Page

JOIN US NOW! Oakland/Macomb Michigan NOW (National Organization for Women) invites you to the March Member Mixer (Virtual) for New and Potential Members.

Community involvement is our mission and more awareness will aid in that mission.

If you've ever wondered what NOW was all about, this is the event for you! 

MI Jewish Dems - Conversation w/ Rep. Slotkin

Thursday, March 4, 2021 - 6:30pm

Michigan Jewish Democrats - Congressional Conversation with Rep. Elissa Slotkin

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Join the Michigan Democratic Jewish Caucus for an exciting conversation with Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin about Congress' agenda in the 2021-2022 session, her new role as chair of the Homeland Security Subcommittee on Intelligence and Counterterrorism, and the path forward for issues such as: COVID recovery, voting rights, redistricting, domestic terrorism, and antisemitism under the Biden-Harris administration.

Michigan United Black Liberation Town Hall

Wednesday, February 24, 2021 - 5:00pm

Michigan United & AALC: Black Liberation within the Progressive Democratic Agenda Town Hall

Facebook Event Page

Register HERE

Dear Friend,

For years Black Americans have been at the forefront of the progressive movements and politics. However, our work and political choices haven't translated into Black liberation. We want to discuss why.

Join Michigan United's African American Leadership Council on February 24, 2021, on Zoom 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m for our Black Liberation within the Progressive Democratic Agenda; is it possible to achieve Town Hall.

Click here to attend the Black Liberation within the Progressive Democratic Agenda Town Hall.

At the Town Hall, we're bringing together community leaders and activists to discuss how we can achieve Black liberation within the progressive moment.

We look forward to seeing you at this important event. Don't forget to share the Town Hall link with your networks.

Yours in solidarity, The African American Leadership Council

MDP Call to Action Phone Bank

Thursday, February 25, 2021 - 6:00pm

Michigan Democratic Party Call To Action Phone Bank!

Facebook Event Page

Register HERE

The MDP just received a list from the Secretary of State of people who are on a list to be removed from the voter registration file in Oakland County. Let's make sure that these important voices continue to be heard.

You will need a charged phone and laptop or tablet. If you do not have an Action Id, create one using your email address and password.

We will be making these calls together by zoom. Please register using the link above and the link to the phone bank will be provided in the zoom meeting.

An Evening with Dana and Dave

Wednesday, March 3, 2021 - 7:00pm

Oakland County Commissioners Democratic Caucus Fundraiser: An Evening with Dana and Dave!

Purchase tickets HERE

You did it - you turned Oakland County blue for the first time in a generation!


While we take time to celebrate this milestone, we don't have time to lose. We need to get to work now to keep and expand the new Democratic majority on the Oakland County Board of Commissioners.


To kickstart this effort, join us for a virtual evening with our Attorney General Dana Nessel and our County Executive Dave Coulter. Together, we'll hear what they have to say about how we can fight to enact the Democratic agenda, and expand our victories across the state in this upcoming cycle.


An Evening with Dana & Dave will take place on Wednesday March 3rd at 7PM EST. A Zoom link will be graciously provided upon ticket purchase.


MI Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission

Tuesday, March 9, 2021 - 6:00pm

Michigan's Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission

Facebook Event Page

Register HERE

The work of Michigan's Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission

2021 will be the first year that a nonpartisan citizen commission will draw Michigan voting districts, rather than state legislators. The commission began meeting in fall 2020, and will use data from the decennial census and citizen input to determine district lines by November 2021. The commission includes four members affiliated with the Democratic Party, four with the Republican Party, and five not affiliated with a major political party.
Sue Smith has been active with the commission, and will talk about the history of the commission, the vote to establish it, the role that citizens still have, and establishing communities of interest. Anqunette Sarfoh serves as a commission monitor, and will talk about the role of monitors.
LWV Detroit and the Detroit Public Library are partnering in talks promoting voter education and tools for action.
Link will be sent to registrants before the program.
Image created by Ruth Koelewyn.