*We are so pleased to announce that this tour is full! To get on our waitlist, please email [email protected] or call Valeriya at (248) 802-5302*
On July 23, 1967, after constant acts of police brutality, unequal education, housing discrimination, and political disenfranchisement - the Detroit Police attempted to arrest 82 people at the United Community League for Civic Action. This was the start of the 1967 Rebellion. And one of the most significant episodes in Detroit's Black History. When it ended 5 days later, there were 43 people dead, 1,189 injured, 7,231 arrested, 2,509 stores destroyed, 388 families left homeless, and 412 buildings destroyed, with a total of $80 million in property damage. And it ended with the Algiers Motel.
What happened? How did it happen? What has changed as a result of the 1967 Rebellion?
Join DJJ and Jewish Historical Society for a day with Black Scroll Network History & Tours educator/historian and ASALH Detroit president, Jamon Jordan, on a bus tour that will take you through the history that led to the 1967 Rebellion (sometimes referred to as the 1967 Riot), the most significant sites during the 1967 Rebellion, and a discussion on the legacy of 1967 and how that history affects the present day reality in Detroit.
The departure location is the Charles H Wright Museum of African American History, 315 E Warren Ave, Detroit, 48201. Attendees can gather in the Ford Freedom rotunda starting at 10:30am. The bus will depart at 11am.
Questions? Contact Valeriya at [email protected] or (248) 802-5302
$36 - Cover Your Cost & Sponsor Another Rider
$18 - Regular Price Ticket
$5 - Discount Ticket
This tour is full! To get on our waitlist, please email [email protected] or call Valeriya at (248) 802-5302