Neighbors in Action: Greater Lansing United Nations Association

Sep 23, 2015

Our Neighbors in Action segment today is with the Greater Lansing United Nations Association (GLUNA), a group that exists to bridge the gap between the Lansing community and the work the UN is doing for peace around the world. Current State guest host Sue Carter talks with GLUNA President Lynn Bartley about the organization and its upcoming peace march.

The GLUNA Peace March at Lansing's Potter Park Zoo at 2 p.m. Sunday will have live music, food, and yoga. A peace pole will also be planted.

Every Wednesday we bring you Neighbors in Action, a look at an area  organization working to make Greater Lansing a better place. The Greater Lansing United Nations Association seeks to educate and involve the community on the local opportunities to support specific UN initiatives with huge humanitarian impacts, like refugee and global health programs.

Current State guest host Sue Carter speaks with GLUNA President Lynn Bartley.

Current State is looking for more nominations for our “Neighbors In Action” feature. Please help us out and e-mail us your suggestions to currentstate@wkar.org. Put ‘Neighbors in Action’ in the subject line. Or tweet us: @KARCurrentState and tell us a little about why you think they should be featured for the great work they do.