Author: Cheryl Jones

3/28/21: One Detroit – Henry Ford Museum, Hamilton Producer, Plowshares Theatre, BLM Protest Photography

This week, Chastity Pratt chats one-on-one with ‘Hamilton’ producer and metro-Detroit native Jeffrey Seller; Christy McDonald hears more about the Henry Ford Museum’s post-pandemic re-opening; Will Glover talks with the Plowshares Theatre Company about its upcoming ‘Hstings Street’ virtual performance; and Bill Kubota talks with Detroit Free Press photographer Mandi Wright about covering Detroit’s Black Lives Matter protests.

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Roxane Gay Reading & Discussion

The Marygrove Conservancy proudly presented feminist cultural critic Roxane Gay as the thirty-second guest in the Contemporary American Authors Lecture Series.

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