The Institute for Global Education stands for peace and justice here in Grand Rapids. Please make a donation to keep the Institute for Global Education moving forward.
Every penny goes towards stopping attacks on women, immigrants, unions, African Americans and other oppressed peoples. IGE marched at the airport against Muslim ban. IGE hosts the International Day of Peace where over 150 people participated. IGE supported our union bus drivers of ATU in the struggle to preserve pensions, keep health care benefits, and win a good contract here at the Rapid. IGE rallies and protests against putting children in cages, and taking babies from their parents at the border to ship them to Bethany Christian Services here in Grand Rapids. IGE supported the Young Lords 50 Years Conference in Chicago. IGE has participated in Day of the Dead, Mandela Day, and many other efforts. Together we can build strong movements.
Please donate now! We need your donation more than ever.
BENEFIT FOR CHESTER LOWE!
We are hosting a benefit to cover Chester Lowe’s medical expenses in his fight against blood cancer–multiple myeloma. Chester must now take 31 medications and maintain a C-PAP machine. Chemo treatments can take a year or longer, with monthly hospitalizations. Fortunately, his vital signs are improving, but this will be a difficult fight. We need your help to raise the money Chester needs to live longer.
Film showing: “Where To Invade Next” by Michael Moore
Sunday, May 15, 2016 at 2:30pm
Institute For Global Education
1118 Wealthy Street S.E.
Grand Rapids MI 49506
Serving food and beverages, with a discussion after the movie. Event is free and open to the public.
Please donate generously, make checks to: “Chester A. Lowe Donation Account” at IGE address above.
Sponsored by Friends of Chester Lowe, contact Katie Villarie 616-459-6626
The Institute for Global Education is holding a Peace and Justice Potluck:
5pm to 8pm on Tuesday, November 10, 2015.
Trinity United Methodist Church
1100 Lake Drive SE, Grand Rapids, MI
IGE is an organization dedicated to bringing about justice through peace. We will be remembering long-time local peace activists who have passed on this year, notably Betty Ford and Jasiu Milanowski. This meeting includes a potluck supper, election of board, recap of our events this past year, plans for the future. Meet with old friends and make new ones! This event is free and open to the public – bring interested people!