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Posted on Fri, Jan 13, 2012 : 10:49 a.m.

Lani Guinier to speak at Eastern's MLK celebration; all-ages concert in Ann Arbor to benefit Kenyan orphans

By Staff


Civil rights attorney and Clinton nominee for assistant attorney general Lani Guinier will speak at EMU.


From civil rights attorney Lani Guinier speaking at Eastern Michigan University's MLK Day celebration to an all-ages concert in Ann Arbor to benefit Kenyan orphans, here’s a roundup of some of the stories posted on’s Community Wall this week:

By: Geoff Larcom: Lani Guinier to deliver keynote address Jan. 16 during Eastern's MLK celebration

This year's schedule includes a keynote address by Lani Guinier, a civil rights attorney and the first tenured African American woman professor at Harvard University Law School.

By: Kevin S. Devine: Participatory Family Concert to benefit camp for orphans in Kenya

A group of Ann Arbor residents and businesses are partnering to present a rollicking, participatory family concert on Jan. 13 with Kevin Devine for children ages preschool through grade 3 and their families to benefit a camp for orphans in Kenya.

By: Janet Hawkins: WCC’s non-credit winter schedule is now available and

WCC schedules welcome event for students January 18 and

MLK Activities Take Place at WCC January 17 and

Info Session Scheduled for WCC Photo Trip to Italy January 17

By: Jsmnd: Useful Tips For Your Personal Injury Claims and

Brain injury is a severe damage of the brain and

As Economic Signals Improve, The Time is Right to Start a New Venture

By: Saline Area Players: Auditions for Carol Burnett Show Tribute

By: KidneyMI: Free Health Programs in Washtenaw County

By: Go LIke the Wind Montessori: Montessori Middle School Open House

By: Interfaith Volunteer Caregiver Program Coordinator: Become a respite volunteer

By: SOS Community Services: Calling All Volunteers!

By: Ypsilanti Jaycees: Speed Dating and Beer Tasting Event to Benefit Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

By: Washtenaw Toastmasters: Did you resolve to improve your speaking skills this year? Come to a free Toastmasters Open House, January 19, 7pm at WCC!

By: U-Meet the Athlete: Youth Volleyball Clinic at the University of Michigan and Youth Field Hockey at the University of Michigan

By: Administrator: Free Losses and Grief Workshop - Saline Mi

By: Deb Kern: HSHV Offers $20 Spay of Female Cats in February!

By: Ernie: Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

By: Mara Angeline Capili: Women Making Connections and Edward Jones Teach SE Michigan Biz Women on Foundations of Investing, February 8 at Ann Arbor

By: TOPS of Dexter: Nordic Walking Demonstration at TOPS of Dexter--Everyone Welcome

By: Laura: Manchester Community Schools Announce Kindergarten Parent Information Night

By: Hope Clinic: Washtenaw Coordinated Funders Award Grant to Hope Clinic

By: Revitalization and Business: Revitalization & Business Conference: Detroit SHIFT’s Community Wall is a spot for local people to post local stories, news and announcements. To post a story, sign in to, then go to and use the Got News? Tell Us function at the top to submit your news. If you have a photo to add, e-mail it to us at and we’ll insert it into your story. 



Fri, Jan 13, 2012 : 7:23 p.m.

Probably not the best placement for "remember bimbos?" ad, lol.


Fri, Jan 13, 2012 : 5:26 p.m.

Why do groups continue to take money from the US and give it to "benefit a camp for orphans in Kenya" etc. Their are plenty of orphans and people in need in the Detroit metro area that could use their help but I guess it's just not "COOL" enough for the elite!