Social Justice

August 1, 2018

Attorney on the Frontline 

Given the focus and controversies over immigration, it’s got to be the best of times - or the worst of times - to be an attorney in the practice of immigration law. For some clarity on the law, we turn to Ruby Robinson, 34, Co-managing Attorney for the Michigan Immigrant Rights Center (MIRC), a statewide legal services nonprofit. In his role, Ruby is on the forefront in advancing and defending the interests of immigrants through advocacy, direct representation, impact litigation, pro bono mentorship, coalition building . . . and so much more.

March 1, 2018

If Not Now, When?

With History on its Side, Coalition of Black and Jewish Detroiters Now Stands in Unity Against Racism and Anti-Semitism

November 1, 2017

Watchword Against Hate: Hope

National Muslim-Jewish Advisory Council Finds Welcome Exchange and Common Ground in First Visit to Metro Detroit

July 31, 2017

It’s in Our Roots

The Michigan Jewish Food Festival Returns to Detroit’s Eastern Market, Bigger, Better than Ever! Sheds 5 & 6 Sunday, August 27, 2017

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