Ann Arbor Friends Meeting
•1420 Hill Street Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 •
•(734) 761-7435 • •
Meeting for Worship: Sundays
9am (7:45am 3rd Sundays), 11am;
5th Sundays, 10am only;Wednesdays, 7pm
Meeting for Worship for Business:
3rd Sundays, 9am
Office: M-Th, 9am - Noon
Clerks' Contact: or
734 996-0825 (c/o Lynn Drickamer)             

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Readings for Reflection: December 2015
from the Committee on Ministry and Counsel

The Myth of Police Reform

The perspective and thoughtful analysis offered by Ta-Nehisi Coates, recent winner of the National Book Award and writer for The Atlantic, shed light on the complexities of race in America. As Ann Arbor Friends and others engage with the Ann Arbor Police Department in the wake of Aura Rosser’s shooting a year ago, some of Coates’ essays on the subject of police-community relations offer valuable insights. While awaiting permission to reprint a portion of an essay, Ministry and Counsel shares the following link to the full text:
                                                                                                       ~ Lynn Drickamer

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