Join Soulardarity staff Jackson Koeppel and Shimekia Nichols to learn about their work building energy democracy in Highland Park, the heart of Detroit! Starting from the repossession of 2/3 of Highland Park's streetlights in 2012, Soulardarity has made powerful strides towards sustainability and self-determination with community-owned solar streetlights, education, advocacy, and organizing. Join us for food, drinks, and inspiring stories at the home of Diane and Gerard Koeppel. This is an opportunity to support a real grassroots, community-led movement for positive change. We hope you will join us!
Suggested minimum donation is $25, but all are welcome to attend! Donation levels:
- Ally: $100
- Supporter: $250
- Host: $500
- Sponsor: $1000+
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If you are a Soulardarity member or supporter and live in New York we would be happy to meet with you personally! Email Jackson or Shimekia to schedule a time you'll be free for a 1:1 during November 15-17th.
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Tuesday, November 19, 2019 at 06:00 PMDetroit Public Library- Main Branch
Want to join us for a FREE Info Workshop?
Join Shimekia Nichols of Soulardarity on Tue, November 19, 2019 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM to hear about Soulardarity's work in Highland Park as a model of environmental sustainability, energy democracy, and self-determination for all.
The workshop will be held at the Main Branch Detroit Public Library, 5201 Woodward Avenue, Friends Conference Room (2nd Floor) Detroit, MI 48202 and will cover the Blueprint for Energy Democracy. Get a community update on the DTE rate case, next steps for the Michigan Public Service Commission campaign, and how to get local legislators involved in the action.
Thanks to the Main Branch | Detroit Public Library | Business, Science & Technology | Social Science, Education & Religion for hosting this event.
Please be sure to RSVP using the Eventbrite link!