The Detroit metropolitan area and Southeast Michigan are rich in the tradition of activism and civic engagement to promote peace, non-violence, human justice and equality. A number of vital groups operate in this region, and many of these groups are venerable in their length of service and continuity. The international community needs to be made aware of what a pacesetter Detroit is in the cause of peace and justice. Among the groups, many with national and international networks, to be featured are: The Gray Panthers of Michigan, which compiles an area wide peace and justice activities calendar; Peace Action of Michigan; the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom; the Cranbrook Peace Foundation; the Michigan Coalition for Human Rights (MCHR); Bioneers of Michigan; Women's Action for New Directions (WAND). Other groups active in the area, such as Pointes for Peace and the Huntington Woods Peace Group and chapters of Amnesty International, Pax Christi and related organizations will be included and added as they become available.

Submissions from Citizens for Peace

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Submissions from 2008

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International Black Nobel Prize Winners

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International Black Nobel Prize Winners

Ralph Bunche, Champion of Human Dignity and Peace, 1903-1971

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Ralph Bunche, Champion of Human Dignity and Peace, 1903-1971

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Cake Walk, John Green

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Come and Join Us Brothers, John Green

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Henry Ossian Flipper, John Green

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International Black Nobel Prize Winners, John Green

Submissions from 1990

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Nelson Mandela's Detroit Visit Commemorative Edition, John Green

Submissions from 1985

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Negroes in Michigan History, John Green