African American Leaders & Heroes Tour

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African American Leaders & Heroes Tour
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Detroit Historical Museum says
The Detroit Historical Museum is thrilled to present a series of tours focused on the history, experiences and enduring influence of African Americans in Detroit. Jamon Jordan, founder of the Black Scroll Network, is the tour guide for this series.

Tickets are $15 per person, per tour. Register early! There are only 25 tickets available for each tour.

From the great abolitionist leaders of the Underground Railroad, to the leaders in business, to the civil rights heroes and heroines, to political giants, African American women and men have played an important part in changing the city, the state and the nation. Learn about the great Caroline French and George DeBaptiste of the Underground Railroad. Learn about the Fannie Richards, the Sweets and the McGhees and their fight for civil rights. Learn about John Dancy and Elijah Muhammad, Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz and Rosa Parks. And we can’t forget Erma Henderson and Mayor Coleman A. Young. And SO MANY MORE!

Each 90-minute tour takes place entirely within the Detroit Historical Museum.
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