Detroit 67 Project Director Marlowe Stoudamire was featured in Sunday's CBS News special report on the 50-year anniversary of the long hot summer of 1967 in Detroit. See the story and why Detroit is a bellwether for American cities in 1967 and today. The Detroit Historical...

Article by Desiree Cooper originally published in BLAC Detroit Magazine. When I moved to Detroit in 1984, the long shadow of the 1967 rebellion was still palpable. The crack epidemic was full throttle and car jacking was a new crime (the term was actually coined in...

Held July 21, 2016 – 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at the Detroit Historical Museum The Detroit Historical Society hosted a community open house to share information about the project, as well as provide information on how to get involved. The event featured many of our...

We speak to the Detroit 67 Project Director BY STEVE WILKE // ILLUSTRATION BY JON STICH Published: May 31, 2016 Next July marks the 50th anniversary of events that rocked Detroit. The Detroit Historical Society enlisted Marlowe Stoudamire as project director of its ambitious Detroit 67 program. The chief...

Description Janet Lemmon oral history interview, Detroit 1967 Oral History Project, Detroit Historical Museum. Publisher Detroit Historical Society Date 03/22/2017 Rights Detroit Historical Society, Detroit, MI Format Audio/Mp3 Language en-US Type Oral History Narrator/Interviewee's Name Janet Lemmon Brief Biography Sister Janet Lemmon was at Marygrove College in Detroit during the events of July 1967. Interviewer's Name William Winkel Interview Place Monroe, MI Date 01/31/2017 Interview Length 00:03:20 Transcriptionist Julie Vandenboom Transcription Date 03/01/2017 Transcription WW: Today...