77th Annual Dinner Honoring Ron Scott

 Local 58 IBEW Hall
1358 Abbott St
Detroit, MI 48226
Free Secure Parking Available
February 14th
Registration & Cocktails at 4pm
Dinner at 5pm
Ron Scott grew up in the heart of Detroit’s African-American community: born in Black Bottom; his family was pushed out by “urban renewal,” first to the area near Hastings St.; then to the Jeffries Projects. He was immersed from a young age in the struggles, victories and defeats of the people of Detroit. His mother encouraged him to pursue an education, as she attended college and purs…. [read more]


Selma Goode has been a lifelong advocate for social justice, fighting for workers’ rights, interfaith dialogue, and access to health care.  In December of 1965, Selma Goode founded Westside Mothers, one of the first welfare rights advocacy groups in the country, and she is still its coordinator today.  Selma Goode has been and still is invo… [read more]



Kathleen Neal Cleaver, who currently holds an appointment as a senior lecturer and research fellow at Emory University School of Law, has spent her life participating in the human rights struggle. She started alongside her parents in the 1950s civil rights protests in Alabama. By 1966, Kathleen Neal dropped out of Barnard College in New York to join the Student Nonviolent Coordi… [Read More]

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