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Detroit 67: Looking Back to Move Forward

a Presentation

Heather Ann Thompson

Monday, 8/14/2017, 10:30 am.   ARCHIVED EVENT

Location: Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation

In a collaboration with the Detroit Historical Society, Henry Ford Museum presents a conversation with Heather Ann Thompson, who will offer a new perspective on Detroit’s slow-motion economic collapse in the decades following the 1967 uprising. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, Stephen Henderson will facilitate. Tickets available online.

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