Immigration in Michigan

Thursday, September 27, 6:30–8:30pm. Do immigrants take jobs away from Americans? Do immigrants help the economy? Are immigrants educated? Do they take advantage of welfare? Are they taking over? With Kayla Park of Samaritas Youth Services in Detroit and Paul Fleming of the University of Michigan School of Public Health, learn more about the reality of immigrants in our state and in our nation.

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Welcome Picnic

Sunday, September 9, 11am–12:30pm. Enjoy food and fellowship with the Saint James community as we begin a new program year. Grilled foods provided along with a potluck of side dishes and desserts. The picnic kicks off our year with a fun event—please invite friends...

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Dexter Daze

It’s almost time for the Kazoo Band, Chicken Float, and Chicken Barbecue—Saint James’s contribution to Dexter’s annual celebration of community, local business, and the arts. Mark your calendars for August 10 and 11 and join us!

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It’s Your Democracy—Vote!

Thursday, June 14, 6:30–8:30pm. Learn about two non-partisan ballot proposals to make voting more accessible and fair in Michigan. Both proposals will appear on the November ballot. First, hear about the Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission with Elizabeth...

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Kids and Guns: Prevention Strategies

Thursday, May 3, 6:30–8:30pm. As motor vehicle deaths among children go down, gun deaths are making their way up the ranks and are currently the second leading cause of death among children in the US. In 2016, 2,367 children ages 0 to 18 died of firearm-related...

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