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The Cross and the Sign: Recent Church-State Controversies in Michigan (Grand Rapids)

Date:
March 11, 2015
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

The Sweet House
254 E. Fulton
Grand Rapids, MI 49503 United States

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Organized by:
Jennifer Beahan
Phone: (616) 706-2029
Email: jbeahan@centerforinquiry.net

Description:

Holly Huber joins us to speak about Recent Church-State Controversies here in Michigan, including the cross on Dewey Hill in Grand Haven, and the Biblical sign that was removed and is planned to be re-installed in Hagar Park in Ottawa County. She will also talk about the newly formed Michigan Association of Civil Rights Activists (MACRA) that she and her partner Mitch Kahle founded to combat religious influence in public schools. Meetings are open to the Public

After the meeting, join us at Vitale’s Restaurant, 834 Leonard NE, Grand Rapids, MI to socialize. View Map

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About Holly Huber

Founding Member, Michigan Association of Civil Rights Activists

Holly Huber has been an activist in state-church separation and gay rights for the past 21 years in Hawaii with her partner Mitch Kahle. She is a founding member of Hawaii Citizens for the Separation of State and Church (HCSSC) and now Michigan Association of Civil Rights Activists (MACRA). Huber grew up in Muskegon, graduating from North Muskegon High School (1983) and Albion College (1987).