The One Capital Region campaign saw a huge victory this week when Meridian Township passed their fair housing ordinance. However, we weren’t the only ones celebrating this week. One Capital Region is actually part of a much larger team that works around the state to pass and defend non-discrimination ordinances. This week, our entire team was busy winning,
Don’t believe us? Check out this rundown from the Don’t Change Yourself campaign:
Oshtemo Township: The Kalamazoo Gay Lesbian Resource Center continues to advocate for a fully inclusive human rights ordinance in Oshtemo Township. Sign the petition urging Oshtemo Township to adopt non-discrimination protections.
Battle Creek: One Battle Creek held their campaign kickoff last night with 46 people in attendance! A great turnout! One Battle Creek has set the ambitious goal of identifying 1,000 supporters of fairness and equality by the next city commission meeting on August 6. Sign the Battle Creek petition here!
Holland: Holland is Ready announced a growing list of business supporters. Find out more and support Holland Is Ready by signing up here.
Greenville: Local Activists are gathering support from business and faith leaders as the city council prepares to discuss a non-discrimination ordinance later this year. Sign the Greenville petition!
Eureka Township: Sign the petition for Eureka Township! The board of trustees is researching non-discrimination ordinances in other townships. A close neighbor of Greenville, Eureka Township is expected to begin discussion on their non-discrimination ordinance concurrently with Greenville.
Mid-Michigan (One Capital Region)