October 1-7, 2023 is Banned Books Week, an annual event highlighting the value of free and open access to information.
September 30, 2023, the Detroit League is participating in an informative voter education event hosted by the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW)-Detroit Section.
September 26, 2023 (9am to 5pm) Join LWVMI for a full day of action, starting with a Legislative briefing, climate rally and festival, dynamic guest speakers, live music, food, a press conference, and direct engagement with our state legislators.
The Civic Holidays allow you to celebrate democracy throughout the rest of the year: National Voter Education Week, Vote Early Day, and Election Hero Day.
“Being painted into ideological corners because of a stance [the League] takes is not a new phenomenon, but it continues to be one that undermines a vibrant democracy: discussion, discourse, and listening to other points of view are what makes democracy work.”
September 11 to 15, 2023 DVRW is a national, nonpartisan initiative to build the power and presence of the disability vote. The League knows our voting system works best when all our voices are heard. We are committed to working to ensure that voters with disabilities have fair and equal access to the ballot box.
The Detroit Disability Power mission is to leverage and build the organizing and political power of the disability community to ensure the full inclusion of people with disabilities in Metro…
Join us for the LWV Detroit October membership meeting when our guest speaker will be MI Deputy Secretary of State Aghogho Edevbie. Stay tuned for more information. OUR MONTHLY MEETINGS…
At this critical moment in our nation’s history, we need the John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act! Tell your Representatives to support the John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act and live up to the full promise of American democracy.
September 19, 2023, LWV Detroit will hold a voter registration and voter education event at the Pope France Center.