This week on Street Beat, host April Moss learns about the Detroit 67 project sponsored by the Detroit Historical Society which takes an in depth look at the Detroit Riot from 1967.

Kalisha Davis and Billy Winkel from the Detroit Historical Society (credit: Zuri Cheathem, CBS 62/CW50 Intern)

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Kalisha Davis, Director of Community Outreach and Engagement, and Billy Winkel, Curatorial Assistant from the Detroit Historical Society, explain the details.

Charles Ferrell, the Director of Public Programs from The Wright Museum (credit: Zuri Cheathem, CBS 62/CW50 Intern)

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Then, Charles Ferrell, the Director of Public Programs from The Wright Museum, discusses their projects that are connected to the Detroit 67 Project.

David Wolber from the Matrix Theatre (credit: Zuri Cheathem, CBS 62/CW50 Intern)

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Finally, David Wolber, a director with the Matrix Theatre, discusses their presentation of “Dream Deferred – Detroit,” a play created from the personal accounts about the ’67 rebellion.