Several of us from UUFCM, along with a CMU graduate student from India, marched in the Martin Luther King Peace March on Monday, January 16, carrying our UUFCM banner. After the wet (!) march, we walked to the Fellowship Hall for hot chocolate and a time of reflection. See the Minister’s Column for Rev. Drew’s reflection on the march.
Monday, January 16, 2023 at 9:30am
Doors open at 9am at the Finch Fieldhouse
(#18 on the CMU Campus map)
Join us for this year's MLK Community Peace Brunch! Also, please encourage family and friends to attend. For as much as Dr. King is all things for all people, this event is for everyone.
This year's speaker is Dr. Renee T. Watson, Vice President for Student Affairs.
The Old Settlers of Mecosta, Montcalm, and Isabella Counties in Michigan started settling in the area in the early 1860s and by 1873, African-Americans owned 1,392 acres in the three counties. In the 1860's most of the land in Remus was owned by the Old Settlers. Come learn about the Old Settlers by attending the following two events sponsored by the Anti-Racism Task Force.