land or resources belonging to or affecting the whole of a community.
Co-curated this semester by Diana Copeland, Will Copeland and Craig Regester, this interactive public course will focus in the first three sessions on the interconnected crises facing everyday Detroiters around water shutoffs, home foreclosures, public schooling, labor and gentrification.
In the last five sessions, however, we'll turn to an exploration and further creative development of the many grassroots community responses happening in Detroit that are pushing back against efforts to privatize practically everything in the City.
More info on speakers to come soon!
This is a community classroom - everyone is welcome!
Free and always preceded by a light dinner.
*U-M undergraduate students can register for the 1-credit minicourse, RC IDIV 350.001. Free transportation from Ann Arbor is provided by the MDetroit Connector which departs the Central Campus Transit Center (CCTC) at 5:50pm on Tuesdays. (NOTE: Taking the 5:50pm trip automatically includes a return trip which will depart the Cass Corridor Commons at 9:15pm following the Speaker Series.)