7/19/15: Detroit 1967 Project / Franklin-Wright Settlements, Inc.
The Detroit Historical Society and its partners will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Detroit riots with a community-wide project called, “Detroit 1967: Looking Back to Move Forward.”
Watch Detroit 1967's segment here:
Ken Coleman takes a look back at African-American life in Detroit, featuring Stevie Wonder, 1967 Detroit riots, and Diana Ross and the Supremes.
Watch On This Day Detroit with Ken Coleman here:
Franklin-Wright Settlements has been a strong force in the Detroit community for the past 134 years, helping students prepare for college and work, as well as providing children, families, and individuals with basic needs and support service.
Watch Franklin-Wright Settlements segment here:
The Neighborhood Service Organization’s Youth Project focuses on issues such as substance abuse, violence, education and leadership development.
Watch N.S.O.'s segment here:
Watch the full episode here:
For more information about our guests:
The Detroit Historical Society: http://detroithistorical.org/
Franklin-Wright Settlements: http://franklinwright.org/
The Neighborhood Service Organization’s Youth Project: http://www.nso-mi.org/index.php