Events

Detroit After Disasters: Capitalism, Colonialism and Spatial Racism

Date: Mar. 20th, 2019 @7pm

Wayne State University Law School
A presentation by Prof. Peter Hammer, director of Damon J. Keith Center for Human Rights at WSU Law School
Sponsored by National Lawyers Guild, Michigan Coalition for Human Rights and ACLU/Michigan.

Peter Hammer will be telling the tale of two cities through the lens of structural racism, examining the continuing reality of a city that remains separate and unequal.

The event is free and open to the public.

7 p.m., March 20, 2019
WSU Law School/Partrich Auditorium

471 W. Palmer Ave.
Detroit, Mich. 48202
(Parking available in structure across street from Partrich Auditorium)

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UPCOMING EVENTS

2019 Freedom Tour Set for July 12 & 13

The 2019 Detroit Freedom Tour will explore Detroit’s civil rights history by visiting a series of locations significant to the movement, including: The Birwood Wall; Algiers Motel; Shrine of the Black Madonna; Mohammed Temple; New Bethel Baptist Church; Ossian Sweet House; Viola Liuzzo Park and many others.

For more information contact freedomtour2019@gmail.com.

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