Detroit's Civil Rights Movement , Part 1
A discussion of Detroit’s civil rights movement. Speakers focus on the years following the Civil War through the Great… read more
A discussion of Detroit’s civil rights movement. Speakers focus on the years following the Civil War through the Great Migration-- a period when millions of blacks moved from the South to areas north and west.
The Detroit Historical Society hosted the event, which is about two and a half hours. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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