Members of the Huntington Woods Peace
But the group of 100 doesn't plan to complain to the U.S. State Department — even though the agency failed to send a speaker to a Nov. 14 forum at St. John's Episcopal Church in Royal Oak, after months of phone calls to arrange one, leaders said.
"I started calling them in May," said Ron Aronson, who teaches history at Wayne State University and is on the steering committee.
The event drew 275 people, who paid $5 each to hear University of Michigan history professor Juan Cole speak on the war in Afghanistan, event cochair Charlie Gehringer, 79, of Pleasant Ridge said Monday.
Wednesday's meeting is at the Huntington WoodsPublic
, 26415 Scotia.