After Proposal P: Detroit’s Continued Fight for Social Justice: ENGAGE

October 7, 2021

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Presented by School of Social Work

Proposal P attempted to address numerous social inequities in the City of Detroit that would impact the quality of life for its residents, giving them a greater voice in the city’s administration. In the August 2021 elections, however, Proposal P did not pass. What is proposal P? And how would it have impacted the city? Who was and is involved in the continued fight for the proposal, and the issues that surround it? Listen to Detroit changemakers and social justice advocates involved in this movement share their thoughts and experience, and ideas for continued civic change in Detroit. Speakers include Detroit City Councilmember Raquel Castaneda-Lopez; Executive Director of We the People Michigan, Art Reyes III; Executive Director of We the People Detroit, Monica Lewis-Patrick; and John Sloan III, BLM Detroit Co-Lead Organizer.

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