Alma Wheeler Smith is a former State Senator from Ann Arbor and candidate for governor in 2002, whose father was the first African American mayor of Ann Arbor and founder of the Ann Arbor NAACP. Her reputation is one who stands up for the rights of all, and she is one of the strongest advocates for CHOICE in the state of Michigan!
Democratic Social this Saturday
Honoring Alma Wheeler Smith – come meet one of the most praised public figures in Michigan, numerous other Democratic leaders, labor leaders, and activists.
Congressman David Bonior, Llenda Jackson-Leslie, AFSCME President Al Garrett, MI Teamsters Legislative Director Bill Black, Ronnie Peterson (AFSCME), House Democratic Floor Leader Mary Waters, Rep. Glenn Anderson, Washtenaw County Commissioner Jeff Irwin, Washtenaw County Commissioner Martha Kern, Rep. Bill McConnico, WSU Governor Richard Bernstein, Jenny Nathan, Amanda Stitt, Katey Aquilina, Charles Williams, David Bullock, Alanna Jackson, Deb Blair, Bert Dearing, Jamiel Martin, Cynthia Overton, Tim Gardner, Corri Wofford, Isaac Robinson, and Alfred Williams.
Saturday, June 26th
7 to 9 PM
39 E. Cross
(Directions-Coming from Detroit take 94 West to Huron Street exit, make a right on Huron to Cross, make a right on Cross). Suggested donation $25, students/seniors $10.
To volunteer for Alma Wheeler Smith or RSVP contact Isaac Robinson at isaac (at) alumni.northwestern.edu.
Walk for Alma Wheeler Smith before the Big Party on Sat. June 26th. We are looking for people to walk in groups between 10-1 PM or 3 to 6 PM or anytime that day you can volunteer. Volunteers get in free to the Alma Party at Aubree’s. Again, please contact Isaac Robinson if you can help.
Send Alma Back to Lansing! A few hours will help!