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AMERICAN BLACK JOURNAL

1967 Rebellion and Lessons Learned

  • Aired: 07/30/2017
  • 04:46
  • Rating: NR
Noted historian, author and Detroit native Thomas Sugrue talks about the 1967 rebellion and the lessons learned. Detroit Journalism Cooperative member Keith Owens spoke with Segrue about his book on race and inequality in Detroit today. Episode 4540/Segment 2
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Keith Owens interviews historian and author Thomas Sugrue. Ep. 4540/Seg 2
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