Detroit: Moments In The Civil Rights & Black Power Movement Tour

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

Jamon Jordan, founder of the Black Scroll Network, is the tour guide for this series. Each 90-minute tour takes place entirely within the Detroit Historical Museum.

Detroit: Moments in the Civil Rights and Black Power Movements
Saturday, April 22 | 10–11:30 a.m.

Detroit has played a significant role in every part of the Civil Rights Movement. From the FIRST Civil Rights Movement – the Abolitionist Movement – to the fight for voting rights, the fight against school segregation, housing discrimination and racism in employment. Detroit was also one of the most important places in the Black Power Movement. From the founding of the Nation of Islam in Paradise Valley to the 1967 Rebellion, the Republic of New Afrika’s founding in 1968 and the Shrine of the Black Madonna in 1969, Detroit has been ground zero for radical approaches to the Black Freedom Struggle.
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