You're invited to the Detroit Collaborative Community Conversation

This week our intrepid Engage team is blanketing the state to gather citizen voices about YOUR priorities for the 2014 election and beyond, with meetings in Birmingham, Benton Harbor, Iron River, Kalamazoo, Auburn Hills, Flint, Sturgis, Grand Rapids, Caro, Lansing, Ionia, Newberry, Detroit, Hastings, Mackinaw City, Taylor, Sault Ste. Marie, Bloomfield Hills, Traverse City and Hillsdale.

You're invited

With only one week left, time is running out to attend one of our Conversations. Join us for The Detroit Collaborative Community Conversation, presented by the Center for Michigan, the Detroit Free Press, the Charles H. Wright Museum for African American History and the Detroit Institute of Arts.

Thursday, April 3, 2014 from 6-8pm
Detroit Institute of Arts
5200 Woodward Ave
Detroit, MI

Reception at 6pm at Kresge Court
Conversation at 6:30pm at the Marvin & Betty Danto Lecture Hall

SPACE IS LIMITED. Please RSVP to Dwayne Barnes at the Center for Michigan, or call 734-926-4290 for more information.

To see our other upcoming meetings, please visit our Facebook events page.

Unable to attend? You can still add your voice to the conversation by participating in an online version.

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