When: Fri., June 30, 5 p.m. 2017
Detroit is home to a less homogenous population than most people are led to believe. Folks from all over the world call the Motor City home, and this speaker series seeks to increase our knowledge and understanding of these Detroiters. This is the third and final installment of the series (the first two featured locals from the Middle East and Caribbean, respectively). Gracie Xavier and Chase L. Contrell will serve as hosts, serving up questions to WDIV’s Tati Amare, ABISA’s Fatou Seydi-Sarr, and Chido Johnson of the Zimbabwe Cultural Centre of Detroit. The event is free, but space is very limited. Early arrival is advised.