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To that end, we endorse organizations that work towards these goals and share ways to support their efforts. We also publish informative articles from trustworthy news sources and information on related events and actions we can take as individuals.

Featured Articles From Our Newsletter

Ann Arbor League of Women Voters

Sharing our Activism: Never Burn Your Bridges – Susan Prakken Smith

“Never burn your bridges” is the paramount lesson Susan Prakken Smith has brought away from a lifetime of service to the nonpartisan League of Women Voters whose roots extend to the first Suffragist movement. The League of Women Voters, which now admits men, and Susan Prakken Smith have both seen much change since she began working with the organization in the early sixties.

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Why we vote: Leslie McGraw

Literary activist, Leslie McGraw, is a descendant of the first voter rights martyr in the United States, Elbert Williams of Tennessee. The right to vote was not given but earned through the blood, sweat, tears, and vigilance of families like that of Elbert Williams.

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Ann Arbor inDivisible for Democracy monthly meeting

There will be an update on how to volunteer to affect the Vote in November and from VNP, ACLU, LWV, Supreme Court race, local races and Governor’s race. Click here to learn more.

Special Event

  • Wednesday, September 12
  • 7 PM – 9 PM

  • 4410 Canterbury Ct, Ann Arbor

Upcoming Events

Sun 21

Volunteer with NextGen America at Eastern

October 21 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 pm
Sun 21

Volunteer with NextGen America at U of M Ann Arbor

October 21 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 pm
Sun 21

Volunteer with NextGen America at U of M Dearborn

October 21 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 pm
Sun 21

Office support for Voters Not Politicians Ann Arbor

October 21 @ 10:00 am - 8:00 pm