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May Legislative Updates and Community Resources 

May Legislative Updates and Community Resources 

Dear Neighbor,  May is Mental Health Awareness Month – an important opportunity to ensure there is broad awareness of the resources that can assist people in supporting their mental health, but also a chance for us to highlight the ever-present need for more. Our...

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18 hours ago

I'm so glad Team Brinks and State Representative Kristian Grant got to celebrate the state's historic investment in the MLK Park Lodge's renovation at the groundbreaking ceremony here in the Third Ward — a vibrant (and too often underinvested) community where Rep. Grant has deep roots.

Public spaces like the MLK Park Lodge not only serve as places where students, athletes, families, and visitors can come to learn, exercise, and play, but they also serve as community assets that provide intrinsic economic, environmental, recreational, and public health benefits to our communities. I'm confident this development will leave a lasting legacy on Grand Rapids for generations to come.
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Im so glad Team Brinks and State Representative Kristian Grant got to celebrate the states historic investment in the MLK Park Lodges renovation at the groundbreaking ceremony here in the Third Ward — a vibrant (and too often underinvested) community where Rep. Grant has deep roots. 

Public spaces like the MLK Park Lodge not only serve as places where students, athletes, families, and visitors can come to learn, exercise, and play, but they also serve as community assets that provide intrinsic economic, environmental, recreational, and public health benefits to our communities. Im confident this development will leave a lasting legacy on Grand Rapids for generations to come.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Our family loves that park and pool - what a great addition to the community.

There's one thing all Michiganders can agree on — Michigan summers are the BEST! ☀🌊 #summersolstice ... See MoreSee Less

Theres one thing all Michiganders can agree on — Michigan summers are the BEST! ☀🌊 #SummerSolstice

On June 19, 1865, the last people who were enslaved in the United States learned of their freedom — over two and a half years after President Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation was issued.

Today, I encourage you to join me in honoring #Juneteenth by learning more about the important history of Black Americans, celebrating their unwavering resilience and courage, and exploring how we can all contribute to a more equitable, just world for everyone.
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On June 19, 1865, the last people who were enslaved in the United States learned of their freedom — over two and a half years after President Lincolns Emancipation Proclamation was issued.

Today, I encourage you to join me in honoring #Juneteenth by learning more about the important history of Black Americans, celebrating their unwavering resilience and courage, and exploring how we can all contribute to a more equitable, just world for everyone.

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Me uno a esta gran celebración de Emancipación de la Esclavitud 🙏❤️

I thought the last handful of enslaved people were in New Jersey. They were indentured and weren’t free until passage of the 14th amendment.

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