GET LIT & BFED BBQ- Making HP a Global Model of Sustainability and Self-Determination
We're combining 2 of our most exciting events our Get Lit House Party and The Blue Print for Energy Democracy! Join us on the grounds of the Soularadrity Office (Woodward Ave and Highland St.) Come to this FREE event! We'll release the first edition of the BFED document which is our action packed energy plan for the next 5 years derived from community input sessions, energy experts and local organizing frameworks.
Hear music ranging from hip hop, afrobeat, house, Motown, funk and beyond!Email: email@example.com for information on how to donate or partner with us to help reach our goal, increase capacity and impact!WHENSeptember 21, 2019 at 3pmWHEREOutdoors across from 21 Highland St. 48203
Invite friends and family to come hear about the latest changes in the Energy sector and our plan to Build the Blueprint for Energy Democracy in Highland Park. Meet the mighty staff and membership of Soulardarity. This event is open to the public so bring a friend!
Click to: Become a Member |Renew MembershipWHENOctober 24, 2019 at 5:30pmWHERESoulardarity Office
David Sands | Monday, August 25, 2014 Nighttime has been especially dark in Highland Park these past three years since officials approved the removal of most of the city's streetlights in a deal to resolve an outstanding utility debt. Responding to the debt-imposed blackout, a grassroots group called Soulardarity had the idea of using solar-powered streetlights to brighten city streets.
Nighttime has been especially dark in Highland Park these past three years, after officials approved the removal of most of the city's streetlights in a deal to resolve an outstanding utility debt. Read the article on freep.com >
(Photo: Detroit Free Press)
Angie Gaabo and her husband Eric Gaabo stand on their front porch, the only light on Avery street in Woodbridge where street lights have been off for several months. Front porch lights are the only source of light on at night on Oct. 3, 2013. Romain Blanquart/ Detroit Free Press