Detroit Orientation Institute's Detroit Dialogue: Shifting Perspectives

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July 18th
5:30-7:30pm
The Detroit Orientation Institute (DOI) at Wayne State University engages diverse participants in immersive experiences to understand our region's past, present and future. In 2017, the DOI Detroit Dialogue series will partner with Detroit '67: Looking Back to Move Forward to help link the efforts commemorating the civil unrest of the summer of 1967 with broader themes that still impact our region. This second event in the series will feature historians and Detroit residents that lived through the events in late July to explore what exactly transpired and different interpretations of those events.

The program will include dinner and a group dialogue facilitated by Jeri Stroupe (Detroit Revitalization Fellow at Wayne State University's Office of Economic Development). Special guests joining the discussion include:

Marsha Music (Writer & Detroitist)
Ozzie Rivera (Community/Arts Activist)
William Winkel (Detroit Historical Society)

Space is limited to 20 people. Limited scholarships are available. Please inquire with Jeri Stroupe directly. This event is produced in partnership with the Detroit Experience Factory.
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Add to Calendar 07/18/2017 America/Detroit Detroit Orientation Institute's Detroit Dialogue: Shifting Perspectives The Detroit Orientation Institute (DOI) at Wayne State University engages diverse participants in immersive experiences to understand our region's past, present and future. In 2017, the DOI Detroit Dialogue series will partner with Detroit '67: Looking Back to Move Forward to help link the efforts commemorating the civil unrest of the summer of 1967 with broader themes that still impact our region. This second event in the series will feature historians and Detroit residents that lived through the events in late July to explore what exactly transpired and different interpretations of those events.

The program will include dinner and a group dialogue facilitated by Jeri Stroupe (Detroit Revitalization Fellow at Wayne State University's Office of Economic Development). Special guests joining the discussion include:

Marsha Music (Writer & Detroitist)
Ozzie Rivera (Community/Arts Activist)
William Winkel (Detroit Historical Society)

Space is limited to 20 people. Limited scholarships are available. Please inquire with Jeri Stroupe directly. This event is produced in partnership with the Detroit Experience Factory.
1400 Oakman Blvd, Detroit, Michigan 48238 aBiAKdWFvzLJBiabzmaP28799 MM/DD/YYYY
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Ticket Prices, Admission, Fees: $25
Phone for tickets/more information: (313) 962-4590
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