Events

  • Tuesday, November 20, 2018 at 06:00 PM · 20 rsvps
    The Cass Corridor Commons in Detroit, MI

    Work for ME, DTE!

    Energy Issues & Advocacy

    Mark your calendars for Tuesday November 20th! 

    We are planning to do a Mass Meeting to start building a grassroots power base that will send DTE Energy a message about the need for a clean energy future by letting the MPSC know where we stand!

    We're telling the Michigan Public Service Commission to LISTEN to Michiganders and hold DTE accountable to the Great Lakes, to Detroiters, to our children, and our children’s children. They work for you!

    Want More Information? Email director@soulardarity.com


    Work For Me DTE will use your contact information to update you about developments in energy decisions and upcoming opportunities for action. Your contact information will never be shared without your consent. You may receive emails related to Work For Me DTE from Michigan Environmental Justice Coalition or partner organizations.

    Work For Me DTE will submit your comments and signatures to the Michigan Public Service Commission, DTE Energy, and anonymized for messages to the media so we can save humanity.

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  • Saturday, December 01, 2018 at 07:00 PM · 15 rsvps
    Nandi's Knowledge Cafe in Highland Park, MI

    Grassroots Gala 2018

    Soulardarity Announces First Annual Grassroots Gala

    On Saturday December 1st, 7pm. Soulardarity will hold its first annual Grassroots Gala at Nandi’s Knowledge Cafe, located at 71 Oakman Blvd in Highland Park. The gala celebrates five years of successful community-led solutions to lighting and energy issues and the community leaders who have made it possible.

    This fundraising gala supports implementation of the Blueprint for Energy Democracy, a plan to make Highland Park a global model of sustainability and democracy. The event includes a silent auction with items from Highland Park artists and from Nandi’s personal collection of world-class African art.

    “It’s exciting to reach a point where we’re holding this kind of event,” said Christine Cowan, Board Chair of Soulardarity. “We’ve come a long way since the first streetlight was installed in November of 2012 and we have a lot of successes to share - the future is looking bright.”


    Space at the gala is limited.

    Detailed information about sponsorships and attendance can be found on our DONATE PAGE.

     

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