Grace Lee Boggs was a first-generation Chinese American who spent much of her life in Detroit until she passed at age 100. She and her partner Jimmy were two fiery activists, organizers, movement founders, and writers who began, throughout industrial and post-industrial Detroit, envisioning and creating a more humane society. They worked to imagine and build a better world for the people and by the people. We hold Grace Lee Boggs month to celebrate her life's work with justice and introduce the new generation to her and Jimmy's legacy.
Tuesday, October 31, 4:30pm | Campus Screening of American Revolutionary, followed by a plenary lecture by Dr. Anthony Monteiro
Thursday, November 2, 7:00pm | Downtown Screening of American Revolutionary
Monday, November 6, 5:30pm | Workshop on Detroit
Saturday, November 11, 2:30pm | Downtown Screening of American Revolutionary
Monday, November 13, 5:00pm | Workshop on Environmental Justice
POSTPONED | Zinemaking
Throughout November | Distribution of Free Books on Grace’s life and legacy, children’s version and young-adult+ versions available