Third Thursday Speaker Series: How to End White Supremacy in Detroit

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March 15th
6-8pm
Our Third Thursday speaker series continues at the Detroit Historical Museum.

Things change. Detroit could be the place where we are pioneers once again. In this presentation, Frank Joyce will focus on a strategy for seizing a new moment in the history of our city and the world and ending white supremacy in Detroit. A native Detroiter, Joyce was a prominent New Left activist in Detroit throughout the 1960s, involved in civil rights and anti-war movements, among others. Joyce was also a journalist who worked for both mainstream and radical outlets including WDET and The Fifth Estate; he later worked for the UAW.
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Add to Calendar 03/15/2018 America/Detroit Third Thursday Speaker Series: How to End White Supremacy in Detroit Our Third Thursday speaker series continues at the Detroit Historical Museum.

Things change. Detroit could be the place where we are pioneers once again. In this presentation, Frank Joyce will focus on a strategy for seizing a new moment in the history of our city and the world and ending white supremacy in Detroit. A native Detroiter, Joyce was a prominent New Left activist in Detroit throughout the 1960s, involved in civil rights and anti-war movements, among others. Joyce was also a journalist who worked for both mainstream and radical outlets including WDET and The Fifth Estate; he later worked for the UAW.
5401 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigan 48202 aBiAKdWFvzLJBiabzmaP28799 MM/DD/YYYY
Tickets:
Ticket Prices, Admission, Fees: FREE, registration encouraged.
Phone for tickets/more information: (313) 833-0277
Email for tickets/more information: [email protected]
Website for tickets/more information: https://detroithistorical.org/detroit-historical-museum/events-calendar/events-listing
Parking Cost and Availability:
Parking is $7 in the adjacent Museum lot on Kirby St. (between Woodward and Cass Avenues), as available. See website for other parking options.
Accessibility Information:
Most exhibits at the Detroit Historical Museum are handicap accessible and a manual wheelchair is available for visitor use. Please inquire at the front desk.
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