Through The Fire: 1967 Rebellion Bus Tour

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Through The Fire: 1967 Rebellion Bus Tour
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Through The Fire: 1967 Rebellion Bus Tour says
Black Scroll Network History & Tours and the Detroit Historical Society are pleased to offer a special three-hour bus tour of significant sites related to the unrest in July 1967. The tour will address three essential questions: What happened? How did it happen? What has changed as a result of the 1967 Rebellion?

Black Scroll Network History & Tours educator/historian and Association for the Study of African American Life and History Detroit Chapter president Jamon Jordan will take participants through the history that led to the 1967 Rebellion, visit the most significant sites during the 1967 Rebellion, and lead a discussion on the legacy of 1967 and how that history affects the present day reality in Detroit.

The tour will be aboard an air-conditioned motor coach, which will depart from and return to the Detroit Historical Museum. The tour is offered twice this summer, and tickets are $30 per person for Detroit Historical Society members ($40 for guests). Available at detroithistorical.org or by calling 313.833.1801.

Sunday, June 25 | 9 am – 12 pm
Sunday, July 16 | 9 am – 12 pm
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By: Detroit 67 Project