The untold stories of women in the 1967 Detroit rebellion and its aftermath

By Lisa Biggs, Assistant Professor, Theatre and Performance Studies, Michigan State University. People gather around a truck to get food on Detroit’s east side in July 1967. The food was brought to the riot-stricken area by the Crisis Council, one of the many organizations aiding residents. AP Photo The movie “Detroit,” which tells the story of…

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