Senior Lecturer Jeff Horner writes commentary on Detroit's summer of '67 in newsweek

When most people see the movie Detroit, it'll likely be their first encounter with the events of July 1967; when a routine bust of an after-hours drinking establishment led to five days of protests, looting and clashes with the police.

So writes Senior Lecturer, Jeff Horner, in a just appeared commentary in Newsweek. You can read Professor Horner's entire commentary here: Why Detroit exploded in the summer of 1967.

← Back to listing