Michigan United
Grassroots organizing for social and economic justice in Michigan.

Who We Are

We are a coalition of over 100 faith, labor, business, social service, and civil rights members all across Michigan, fighting for the rights of homeowners, renters, immigrant workers, families, and students.


What We’re About

We’re about shifting the balance of power in Michigan back to the people! We elevate the individual stories and collective voice of our communities so that people affected by injustice are heard!


Join Our Community

Michigan United will be even more powerful in our fight for economic and social justice with you involved! Click here to join our community.


Our Latest Action

Send a letter to Governor Snyder to ask him to meet with working families and community leaders to talk about raising minimum wage! Click here to send your own personalized letter.

In the spotlight

In the news

April 28, 2014 #risingvoices

April 29, 2014

This weekend 70 Michigan United members and volunteers attended the National People’s Action 2014 Conference in Washington, DC. The conference focused on skills building and training and wrapped up on
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Michigan coalition seeks to raise minimum wage through ballot proposal

January 29, 2014

MLive article by Melissa Anders: LANSING — A coalition of labor and civil rights groups have formed a committee that could push for a ballot proposal to raise Michigan’s minimum
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Workers Rally in Lansing for Higher Minimum Wage

September 26, 2013

  From the Detroit Free Press:   LANSING — About 150 people from around the state rallied in downtown Lansing on Wednesday to urge Michigan lawmakers to raise the state’s minimum
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Harmful Bills Shorten Foreclosure Time Limits

May 30, 2013

From the Lansing State Journal:   LANSING — An effort by Republicans in the state Senate to change Michigan’s foreclosure laws has drawn ire from community activists who claim the proposals
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