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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

Time is of the Essence: Bipartisanship in the Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) process

Time is of the essence! Bipartisan calls from Congress are putting pressure on the State Department and the Biden administration to accelerate SIV processing. “These people have a bull’s eye and a target on their back from the moment we leave the country,” Rep. Michael McCaul, the ranking Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, warned this month. “And if we abandon them, we are signing their death warrants.”

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What is the Discussion about Critical Race Theory

Many Americans believe racism is the product of intentionally bad and biased individuals, but critical race theory alleges that racism is systemic and is inherent in much of the American way of life from health care to housing, economics to education, clean water to the criminal justice system and more. It is argued that those systems have been “constructed and protected over generations in ways that give white people advantages – sometimes in ways that are not obvious or deliberately insidious but nonetheless result in compounding disadvantages for Black people and other racial and ethnic minorities.”

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Pride Month

Pride Month and PEG is a proud supporter! However, PEG’s primary function is to promote equality in government. The ACLU has a comprehensive list of these bills, divided by category and has links to each specific bill in the state legislature showing descriptions, status, and more. Click Here for actions you can take to support local, state, and national policies and legislation for our LGBTQ+ neighbors.



June 19 is Juneteenth

Juneteenth is an American holiday that commemorates the June 19,1865 announcement of the abolition of slavery in the state of Texas and other parts of the southwest. The day is honored or recognized as a day of remembrance in 47 states. 2021 marks the 27th anniversary of the A2-NAACP’s Juneteenth observation here in Ann Arbor, however this is the first year the city officially recognizes the date as a holiday. To get the week started, Chuck Newman will focus on Juneteenth for his Conversations! show, sponsored by the JCC, on Sunday, June 13 at 7:30 pm. Guests will be William Hampton, President of the A2 Branch of the NAACP and PEG’s own Leslie McGraw, descendant of the Elbert Williams, a NAACP officer and voting rights activist killed in the line of duty. RSVP Here.  Find out more information about this and other Juneteenth events under Events. Watch the virtual 2020 Juneteenth celebration in Ann Arbor below.

Juneteenth Liberation Event - June 20 2020

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