Monday, February 6th (6:30pm)
Join the OCDP’s Communications Committee on the first Monday of every month at 6:30pm!
Wednesday, February 8th (6pm)
Join us for a conversation with Taste the Diaspora Co-founders Jermond Booze, Ederique Goudia, and Raphael Wright. This year’s initiative is celebrating the food, culture, and contributions of the African diaspora by bringing awareness to how African Americans, for decades, have utilized food to resist historic and ongoing oppression.
Taste the Diaspora Detroit (TDD) is returning for its third year with shoebox lunches, merchandise, community collaborations, pop-ups, cooking demonstrations, and more! This year’s theme of Black Food as Resistance will foster a consciousness around food and its critical role in the fight for Black liberation.
Wednesday, February 8th (7pm)
Pontiac Mayor Tim Greimel will be a special guest speaker at this month’s meeting. All Waterford Democratic Club members, their families and friends are encouraged to join us!
Saturday, February 11th (9am – 5pm)
The Democratic Electors of the State of Michigan are hereby notified that by the direction of the Michigan Democratic State Central Committee, the 2023 Spring State Convention of the Michigan Democratic Party will be held at Huntington Place in Detroit, Michigan on Saturday, February 11, 2023. To read the entire Call to Convention and learn more about the day, visit here.
Tuesday, February 14th (7pm – 9pm)
Wednesday, February 15th (6:30pm)
Join the North Oakland Democratic Club at 313 Pizza Bar in Lake Orion on Wednesday, February 15th. State Representative Brenda Carter of the 53rd District will be joining us to share updates from Lansing.
Thursday, February 16th (7pm)
At our February meeting, we will celebrate Black History Month, by hearing from Rev. Charles Williams II, President of the National Action Network Michigan Chapter, and The Pastor of the King Solomon Missionary Baptist Church.
Tuesday, February 21st (6:30pm socializing; 7pm meeting)
Our February Club Meeting features our State Senator Jeremy Moss. Come hear what is happening in Lansing!
BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENTS
Black History Month Walk Through History
Southfield Municipal Campus – 26000 Evergreen Rd.
Walk Through History Front Lawn Display and Black History Activity Bags & T-Shirts
Black History Month Conversations & Cocktails
Friday, February 11, 7 -10 p.m
at the Southfield Pavilion
Pontiac Library: Black History Month Celebration 2/18/23, 1pm – 5pmPontiac Public Library 60 East Pike Street Pontiac, MI 48342Details: Our library celebrates Black History Month with African American authors who will present their books, speakers, vendors, and more.
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