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Women’s Health Care Classic

Dearborn Country Club 800 North Military Dr., Dearborn

Benefitting women’s breast cancer programs within Beaumont hospitals Dearborn, Trenton, Taylor and Wayne The Women’s Health Care Classic is a two-course event providing an opportunity for community members from all across southeastern Michigan to enjoy a day of golf, as well as breakfast, lunch, cocktail hour, gifts, auction and dinner. During the cocktail reception at the Dearborn Country Club, the lives of three remarkable women that were strong supporters of WHCC will be honored: Dolores Pfeffer, Nancy Zakar and Dr. Sheryl Conn. Karen Wilson Smithbauer and Drs. Harris, Birkhill, Wang, Songe & Assoc are the title sponsors of this annual event. Locations: Dearborn Country Club (women only), 800 N Military St, Dearborn, MI 48124 TPC Michigan (men and women), 1 Nicklaus Dr, Dearborn, MI 48120 Registration/Sponsorships: Beaumont.org/WHCC

The Journey to Reparations Series: Yes to Fairness with Detroit Speaks

Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History 315 East Warren Avenue, Detroit

Featuring attorney Todd Perkins and Michigan Democrat Black Caucus Leader Keith Williams, this panel discussion will center on local reparations initiatives, the "Yes to Fairness" proposal, and the Charter Commission verbiage on Reparations initiative; both are slated to be on the November ballots under Detroit's local election. The panelists will discuss the motivation, goals and impact of these local reparations initiatives, as it relates to Detroit's unique history in the Reparations movement. Virtual viewing options are also available.

THE JOURNEY TO REPARATIONS SERIES: YES TO FAIRNESS with DETROIT SPEAKS

Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History 315 East Warren Avenue, Detroit

Featuring attorney Todd Perkins and Michigan Democrat Black Caucus Leader Keith Williams, this panel discussion will center on local reparations initiatives, the "Yes to Fairness" proposal, and the Charter Commission verbiage on Reparations initiative; both are slated to be on the November ballots under Detroit's local election. The panelists will discuss the motivation, goals and impact of these local reparations initiatives, as it relates to Detroit's unique history in the Reparations movement. Virtual viewing options are also available.

THE JOURNEY TO REPARATIONS SERIES: YES TO FAIRNESS with DETROIT SPEAKS

Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History 315 East Warren Avenue, Detroit

Featuring attorney Todd Perkins and Michigan Democrat Black Caucus Leader Keith Williams, this panel discussion will center on local reparations initiatives, the "Yes to Fairness" proposal, and the Charter Commission verbiage on Reparations initiative; both are slated to be on the November ballots under Detroit's local election. The panelists will discuss the motivation, goals and impact of these local reparations initiatives, as it relates to Detroit's unique history in the Reparations movement. Virtual viewing options are also available.

The Journey to Reparations Series: Yes to Fairness with Detroit Speaks

Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History 315 East Warren Avenue, Detroit

Featuring attorney Todd Perkins and Michigan Democrat Black Caucus Leader Keith Williams, this panel discussion will center on local reparations initiatives, the "Yes to Fairness" proposal, and the Charter Commission verbiage on Reparations initiative; both are slated to be on the November ballots under Detroit's local election. The panelists will discuss the motivation, goals and impact of these local reparations initiatives, as it relates to Detroit's unique history in the Reparations movement. Virtual viewing options are also available.