“People’s Power and the Power Behind Big Money.”

We will host an intergenerational exchange with thought-provoking guest speakers “adjunct faculty” that can help sharpen your analysis of current events, help you to tell YOUR Detroit story, and place yourself in this struggle over the Future-History of Detroit. We will investigate Privatization, Gentrification, the role of Foundations, International Lessons, How to do Research, and other topics of use for 21st century activists.

Course Questions include:
• How has institutional racism affected Detroit?
• How is Detroit’s situation similar to nations around the world?
• What are people doing to fight back?
• What are the real effects (good and bad) of corporation and foundation funding in Detroit?
• What can YOU do to empower yourself and your community?

* Required

    A University Without Walls

    Emancipation Autumn Semester Every Thursday from October 2 – November 13 7 WEEK COURSE 5-7pm First 3 Classes at Cass Corridor Commons 4605 Cass Ave @ Forest Then, classes move to St. Peters Episcopal Church 1950 Trumbull Ave @ Michigan Tuition: $200.00 per student Scholarship value: $200.00
    This is a required question
    This is a required question
    This is a required question
    This is a required question
    This is a required question
    This is a required question
    This is a required question
    This is a required question
    This is a required question
    This is a required question
    This is a required question
    This is a required question

    Please write a few thoughts or a few sentences:

    This is a required question
    This is a required question

    Contact Info

    Contact Will: 313-718-0868 williamwholenote@gmail.com Contact Ruben: 210 378 5699 grulla@unsif.com
    Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
/static/forms/client/js/2140581489-formviewer_prd.js
0 Likes
746 Views

You may also like

Comments are closed.