- Winter 2022: Making Labor Work - Organizing for Power in the 21st Century
- Winter 2021: Pandemic Politics - From Lockdown to Liberation (Virtual)
- Fall 2020 with General Baker Institute: Policing Black Power - From Watts to Detroit (Virtual)
- Fall 2020: Healing Justice (Virtual)
- Winter 2020: Detroit 2020 - People, Power, & Politics
- Fall 2019: Healing Justice Workshop Series
- Winter 2019: Whose Safety? Policing Minds, Bodies, and Borders in Detroit
- Fall 2018 Workshop Series: Healing Justice as Building Cultural Resilience
- Winter 2018: From "Two Societies" to a New Society
- Fall 2017: Reclaiming the Commons
- Summer 2017: Beyond '67 - The City-Wide Citizen's Action Committee
- Winter 2017: Toward Education Justice
- Detroiters Speak Archive
- Fall 2023 - Desti-Nations of Hip Hop
WHAT: Detroiters Speak is a free, public community classroom experience brought to you by a collaboration led by Detroit is Different and including Semester in Detroit, Wayne State University and the UM Detroit Center. This 4-part series will explore 50 Years of Hip Hop from a Detroit Lens. Check out this video preview.
WHO: This series is funded by the Michigan-Mellon Project on the Egalitarian Metropolis, Semester in Detroit, the UM Detroit Center, and the Wayne State University Crockett-Lumumba Scholars Program.
WHEN: Wednesdays from 6:30-8:30pm
*Light dinner from 6:30-7:00pm
*Program runs from 7:00-8:30pm
October 4th and 18th at the UM Detroit Center (3663 Woodward Avenue.) Free parking available in the Orchestra Hall structure located off of Cass/Parsons Ave. Your ticket stub will be validated.
October 25th and November 8th at Wayne State University STEM Innovation Learning Center, 5048 Gullen Mall, Room 027 (located in basement.)
HOW: RSVP via Eventbrite
Questions: Contact Craig Regester via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call/text 313-505-5185.