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1964 Freedom Summer / ARISE Detroit! Neighborhoods Day

  • Aired: 07/06/2014
  • 26:46
  • Rating: NR
We talk with two local men who took part in the historic 1964 Freedom Summer Project. Ken Coleman shares important moments in Detroit's African-American history. Plus, thousands of Detroiters are preparing for the city’s largest one day display of community pride: ARISE Detroit! Neighborhoods Day. Episode 4231.
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Local connection to the 1964 Freedom Summer Project, plus Detroit pride goes on display.
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