How do we create caring, sustainable, and interconnected Metro Detroit communities that respect the dignity of all? How do we learn our histories surrounding the 1967 Rebellion while going beyond shame, blame, and guilt? How do we acknowledge how we fit in the systemic racial and economic injustice that catalyzed the 1967 Rebellion while creating healthy and empowering community conversation that heals and leads us to act with accountability?
Join us for an evening of intergenerational dialogue, personal narrative monologue, and a walk through history as we partner with the Boggs Center, Repair the World, and The Well to host a discussion on Wednesday, June 28th from 6:30 - 9 at the Repair the World Workshop at 2701 Bagley Ave.
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