This is a video of the Black Action Movement (BAM), Anti-racism and Pro-diversity Activism panel discussion that took place at the "Bring It Back, Take It Forward" three-day conference held on Friday, March 12 through Sunday, March 14 in Ann Arbor. This conference was sponsored by the School of Social Work in recognition of 50 years of activism in Southeastern Michigan. Panelists include: Joann Watson, Hank Bryant and Ronald Woods. Facilitator is Dave DeVarti.
Film & Discussion: Room 237
AADL screens documentary Room 237 on Thurs., June 6 from 6-8:30 PM at the Downtown AADL. Professor Geoffrey Cocks, expert featured in documentary, will answer audience questions after the screening. This film focuses on the theories of hidden symbols in the movie The Shining.
Meet the men and women who founded Ann Arbor, from the earliest pioneers to twentieth-century philanthropists. The Ford Gallery of Ann Arbor Founders is the online version of the permanent exhibit located in the Michigan Theater. Take a look at the entrepreneurs, ministers, and Anns who made Ann Arbor what it is today by browsing their names or taking a walk through the entire exhibit.