As the Detroit 1967 riots began, a revelation was brewing in the city, and what rose from the ashes of the rebellion has ultimately shaped the city and how it functions today. In Dominique Morisseau’s production of “Detroit ’67,” the questions of race, social justice and progress that took center stage during the 1967 riots turn inward to see how the civil disturbance intertwined and impacted the lives of one African American family.Read More
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Jul 25, 2017
On July 10th at the Joseph Walker Williams Center Stephen Henderson hosted a intimate...Read More
Jul 16, 2017
On the next American Black Journal: What effect did the mass media have on the 1967 Detroit...Read More
Jul 9, 2017
On the next American Black Journal: The Michigan Chronicle celebrates a milestone anniversary for...Read More
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