Ann Arborites residents spearhead Witness and Rally at the Mexican border

by Bette Cotzin, PEG Activist Inspired by Rabbi Josh Whinston (Temple Beth Emeth, Ann Arbor), a community of faith leaders and activists from across the country gathered in Tornillo, TX, last week. This multi-faith pilgrimage entitled, “Let Our Families Go,” was organized to bring attention to family separation and, particularly, the 1600-2000 unaccompanied minors being…

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Only two Republican Senators expressed “concern” about protecting the Mueller investigation after Sessions was fired

Susan Collins (Maine): “It is imperative that the administration not impede the Mueller investigation. I’m concerned Rod Rosenstein will no longer be overseeing the probe. Special Counsel Mueller must be allowed to complete his work without interference—regardless of who is AG.” Lamar Alexander (Tennessee): Republican senator for Tennessee, issued perhaps the stormiest warning, saying the…

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Voting Absentee, Vote at your Leisure..but Vote!

You can return your absentee ballots until the Saturday before Election Tuesday…but why wait?! If you are eligible for absentee voting, it is a great way to avoid long lines at the polls and take your time to make careful selections on the first election where you cannot vote straight ticket. Note: please visit www.michiganvoterguides.org for Voter Guides with Sample Ballots!

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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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