Turning Points

Turning Points

The Detroit Riot of 1967, A Canadian Perspective

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An analysis of the events leading up to, and immediately following, the Detroit Riot of 1967. It looks at Detroit's racial history through the eyes of its nearest neighbour, the city of Windsor, at perhaps the city's darkest, but most poignant, moment. It is an effort to determine what was, to understand what is, and what are the differences and similarities of life as experienced on the Canadian and American sides of the river. Descriptions of violence. 2003.
Publisher: Toronto : Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 2005.
Branch Call Number: TBDAISY 303. 623 COL
Characteristics: 1 sound disc (14 hrs., 13 min.)
Additional Contributors: Filce, Terry


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