Winter GQPM Program Announced


Join Green Pastures Quarterly Meeting online Saturday, February 19th from 9:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. for worship, socializing, an important program and small group discussion. The main program offering is entitled Michigan’s Anishinaabe People’s Environmental and Social Justice Campaigns. It will be presented at 10:30 a.m. We will have two speakers who are leaders in our state’s First Peoples campaigns. Andrea Pierce of the Anishinaabek Caucus will discuss opposition to the Enbridge Line 5 across the Mackinac Strait and the campaign to protect native species of animals (wolves) and plants (manoomin or wild rice). Stacey Ettawageshik of Uniting Three Fires Against Violence will discuss sexual assault against women in Indian Country, including by workmen in natural gas pipeline camps. Small group discussions will follow their presentations, and we will review Quaker resources for supporting our Indigenous neighbors’ justice campaigns. Use this Zoom access link to join us.

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How do we support people who are working for peace? Book for our next free online event with Quaker peacemakers Daniel Nteziyaremye in Rwanda and Tanya Hubbard in Myanmar. 5 February. RSVP here. All welcome.

Coming up next Monday! Join us to learn how you can break into a career related to advocacy, policy, and government.

FLGBTQC Midwinter Gathering will be online Feb 18-21. More schedule info here and registration here

The first ever Black Quaker Lives Matter Film Festival is happening starting Feb 12th, on alternate Saturdays via Zoom. Details at

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