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AMERICAN BLACK JOURNAL

“Detroit” the Movie/Detroit 1967/Minority Entrepreneurs

  • Aired: 07/30/2017
  • 26:46
  • Rating: NR
A look at “Detroit” the movie and how it is generating conversation about race, equality, and police brutality. Historian Thomas Sugrue talks about the 1967 rebellion and the lessons learned from it. Plus, two entrepreneurs talk about their mission of getting more African Americans and women interested in owning businesses. Episode 4540
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A look at “Detroit” the movie. A historian’s view on Detroit 1967. Ep. 4540
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