The League of Women Voters of Detroit is a nonpartisan political organization that encourages informed and active participation in government. The League does not endorse candidates or political parties. It influences public policy through education and advocacy. We invite you to join us as we make democracy work in our communities.
The LWV of Detroit is open to new members who share our ideals. Our League registers new voters, educates voters on upcoming elections and advocates for local issues. We work to engage Detroit, Hamtramck, and Highland Park citizens in local governance, decision-making, and issues of interest.
Gothic ghosts encounter modern monstrosities when twin sisters inherit the house where Poe is reputed to have composed The Raven. What ensues is a feminist sci-fi fantasy that exposes presumptions of wealth, gender parity, genetic determinism, and the power of poetry to conjure visions of a spectral afterlife.
Join LWV of Detroit for their spring fundraiser on Sunday, March 10, 2019 for a matinee showing of the play The House on Poe Street at the Detroit Repertory Theatre (13103 Woodrow Wilson St, Detroit, MI 48238). See flyer for play information as well as special ticket sales.
Gothic ghosts encounter modern monstrosities the twin sisters inherit the house where Poe is reputed to have composed The Raven. What ensues is a feminist ceilidh's-fi fantasy that explores presumptions of wealth, gender parity, genetic determinism, and the over of poetry to conjure visions of a spectrall afterlife.
Effective immediately, the League will not charge student* membership fees to join the LWV of Detroit, the LWVMI, and the LWVUS. This waiver program will run through January 31, 2020.
The LWV of Detroit encourages all students (at least 16 years of age) to join the League by filling out the Membership Information Form and mailing to the LWV of Detroit PO Box. For more information and a link to the Membership Information Form, refer to the main menu on the site and click on "Join LWV of Detroit."
*LWV recognizes a student as anyone registered at an accredited high school or college and enrolled in at least one one-credit course.