Welcoming EVERYONE


  • Tuesday, April 09, 2019 8:24 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Many of our neighbors in Detroit and Hamtramck oppose the potential expansion of US Ecology Hazardous Waste facility on Georgia Street in Detroit. One of our WeGP  members is preparing a letter to the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality to support our neighbors in opposing this expansion. You can add your name to this letter. Please send your name and mailing address by noon Friday, April 12, 2019 to  MaryGPP5@gmail.com.

    Read more about the expansion here: 



    Letter that will be sent is below: 

    Mr. Richard A Conforti, Waste Management and Radiological Protection Division, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality

    Dear Mr. Conforti:
    We support our neighbors in Detroit and Hamtramck who have called upon the Department to REJECT the proposed US Ecology facility renewal and expansion at 6520 Georgia Street.
    This renewal/expansion would continue the pattern of placement of such facilities in low-income communities of color.  This is not environmental justice.

    We also have concerns with US Ecology’s track record, as reported by The Free Press and others.  Prior violations should have raised a red flag. For the health and safety of the public, we believe there should be a thorough evaluation of current soil and water conditions and facility operations, as well as ongoing testing of soil and water.

    Thank you for considering our position.

  • Thursday, February 07, 2019 10:31 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Our gathering January 27 of people curious about and interested in the  possibility of seeking a non-partisan local political office was most productive. If you were unable to attend or are still thinking about it, it's not too late.  For more information, please Message Colin McComb on Facebook or click on RunSupportWin to download our informative guide.

  • Wednesday, January 23, 2019 11:28 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We're looking for volunteers to coordinate donor communications, help with promotion, signage, crowd management, merchandise sales and distribution, entertainment (face painters, singers, etc.) and community outreach. Please comment on Facebook thread for GP Pride March below. 


  • Tuesday, January 22, 2019 4:42 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Run, Support, Win

    If you are interested in or even curious about a City Council seat, or know of someone who would make a good candidate, please join us for a Meet and Greet, Sunday, January 27, 2019, 4:00-6:00 pm. This will be an opportunity for networking, informal discussion and information gathering. There will be a bar and light refreshments. If you would like to attend please go to Meet and Greet for further details, or message Colin McComb on Facebook. 

  • Monday, October 22, 2018 4:28 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Countdown to Election Day Nov. 6: Go to the voter info site at:

    Michigan Secretary of State 

    Check the status of your absentee ballot -- make sure you're registered to vote --- and see a sample ballot for your precinct. 

    Your registration can be checked with drivers license number & date of birth -OR- name, date of birth , and zip code. https://webapps.sos.state.mi.us/MVIC/

  • Sunday, May 27, 2018 11:32 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Shop for 2018 Pride T-Shirts
     Our 2018 Pride T-Shirts are here and available for purchase online through our partner Steiners Sports Wear. You don't want to be the only one not wearing your PRIDE shirt, do you? Of course not, that would be so embarrassing.

     Order now to get it in time. We offer different styles, kids sizes, even tech tees!

    Please click here or the button below to shop online for your Pride T-Shirts. 

    Remember deadline is Saturday June 2 to ensure deliver in time for Pride March. 

    Shop for 2018 Pride T-Shirts

  • Wednesday, May 02, 2018 10:05 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    WeGP launched its new website at the end of March with new members-only features and improved tools for online payments for membership and donations.   In April all members got an email with instructions on how to log-in to to the new site and access members-only features.  In the coming weeks we'll be kicking off our member renewal campaign. Anyone who joined between January 2017 and June 2017 will be getting an email about how to renew.  Anyone who joined after June 2017 will get an invitation to renew on their anniversary date. 

     WeGP has been hard at work in the past six months making improvements to our online experience. We recently we added an online store featuring local delivery of popular items like our "Welcoming Everyone" lawn sign and Pride flags.  Members-only features include an online member directory and discounts in our online store.  We have a new newsletter editor and are committed to keeping you informed via enewsletters as well as Facebook. We hope you are enjoying the new features and we look forward to adding more content.   

    WeGP has been  building alliances with local organizations and faith communities to bring you innovative programs and opportunities for activism.We hope you'll take a look at our About Us page to learn more about our accomplishments.

    WeGP has also been hard at work in the community over the last year building alliances with local organizations and faith communities to bring you innovative programs and opportunities for activism.  We hope you'll take a look at our About Us page to learn more about our accomplishments. Our goals for the next year include more youth involvement, expanding our programming for fostering racial equality and addressing bias, and a bigger, better Pride March with more entertainment and activities for kids.  Our Annual Picnic is scheduled for July 28, 2018, so save the date. We appreciate all our members and donors whose commitment to our mission and guiding principles allows us to grow and form alliances to support a more welcoming Grosse Pointe. We look forward to another terrific year and thank you for your support. 

  • Thursday, April 26, 2018 4:15 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Stand Up. Speak Out. Act. End Gun Violence 

    About 200 residents joined together April 20, 2018 outside St. Clare of Montefalco Church on the 19th Anniversary of Columbine to stand up, speak out and stop gun violence. 

    Thank you to all who joined us. Attendees visited the booth of the Detroit Chapter of March for Our Lives and were able to learn more from representatives of the local Moms Demand Action Chapter.  Read more and see our photo gallery at:  Gun Violence Vigil

  • Wednesday, April 11, 2018 2:36 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We GP is working in coalition with many local groups and churches to collaborate on an April 20th  gun violence vigil and evening of action to promote common sense gun reform. This will be held in solidarity with a national day of action on the 19th anniversary of Columbine. 

    Gather with us to honor all victims of gun violence and to take action. Featured speaker, Rev. Barry Randolph, pastor of Church of the Messiah. Program includes short march, stories and reflection. Sign up for Moms Demand Action, learn about initiatives locally and in Michigan to improve gun safety. May the power of our collective voices help us impact change.

    Organizers will have sign up tables and other information to help support initiatives that will make our communities safer, such as:

    • Reject arming teachers
    • Demand adequate funding from Lansing for School Security
    • Support Federal Legislation for Universal Background Checks
    • Ask Michigan Senate/House to increase legal gun purchasing age from 18 to 21
    • Demand Michigan House/Senate pass a Mandatory Safe Gun Storage law
    • Demand Michigan House/Senate enact Red Flag Laws that allow police or family members to seek to have guns confiscated from individuals dangerous to themselves or others
    Event will be held starting at 6:30 p.m. Friday, April 20 at St. Clare of Montefalco Church.  For more info, go to event page: Gun Violence Vigil & Evening of Action.  Event will be held indoors in case of inclement weather. Bathrooms will be open. 

    Cohosted by: St. Clare of Montefalco, GP/HW NAACP, Moms Demand Action Eastside, Pointes for Peace, League of Women Voters GP, Christ Church Episcopal GP, St. Paul AME, GP Memorial Church, GP Unitarian Church, GP Congregational Church, GP Unitarian Church, GP Democratic Club, Little Pointers for Diversity, We GP

  • Friday, March 23, 2018 11:25 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    In all of the chaos of current events, let's take a moment to remember that members of WeGP are united as never before - that our spirits are strong, that we're speaking out, and that we're changing the dialogue in our community in a positive and open way.

    I can help


    Charlottesville Vigil

    We've engaged at the school board. We've engaged at city council. We held a vigil for Charlottesville and we hosted our first ever Pride March. We've hosted forums and are working on building bridges, not walls.

    But we can't rest on our accomplishments. There's so much hat still needs doing. WeGP is looking for some volunteers for our upcoming events - specifically, Pride March and the gun violence vigil on April 20th. Can you give just a few hours to help out? Click the "I can help" button below, tell us how much time you can give, even as little as an hour or two. Share what you're interested in. We'll get back to you.  Thank you!

    I can help

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