Today we join organizations and individuals across the country in recognizing the National Day of Racial Healing. Part of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation effort, NDORH is opportunity for people, organizations, and communities to call for racial healing, bring people together...

The Detroit Historical Society has been preserving Detroit's stories, and the artifacts that make those stories tangible, for almost 100 years. This year, we told an especially difficult Detroit story with the help of over 500 voices from our community. Detroit 67: Looking Back to...

The work has already started, but the trick will be maintaining the momentum. As August began, 12,000 volunteers have been cleaning up 300 city blocks and boarding up 300 vacant homes near Central High School. The Ann Arbor News reported on the work, as neighbors...

The turmoil of 1967 was the result of problems spanning decades, and it has taken decades to pick many of those pieces up. But there is change afoot in Detroit. Look beyond the new stadia and polished hotels downtown, and you will see glimmers of...

The Detroit 67 project has convened conversations across the city to help the region come together for the next 50 years. An event bringing together civic, business, and community leaders led to a candid dialogue about the progress of the last 50 years in Detroit...

Citylab, a publication dedicated to those building America’s future cities, examines Detroit’s future on the 50-year anniversary of Detroit’s 1967 uprising. In examining the language used to describe the events of July 1967 in Detroit, Citylab reports… Metro Detroiters fall into two camps based on the...