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February 14, 2021 OSHER LIFELONG LEARNING INSTITUTE 
 
OLLI’s Committee on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and OLLI Reads are Co-hosting two panels related to Alice Randall’s appearance for OLLI Reads on February 8, 2021. Second panel information below.

LEARN MORE ABOUT DETROIT’S BLACK BOTTOM NEIGHBORHOOD IN A
FREE PANEL DISCUSSION, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH

Panel #2:  The Demolition and Redevelopment of Detroit's Black Bottom and Paradise Valley Neighborhoods and Its Impact on the City
Monday, February 15  10-11:30 am online

Link: https://umich.zoom.us/j/98774937129
Or Telephone:
Dial 1 312 626 6799 
Webinar ID: 987 7493 7129

Moderator: Craig Ramsay
Panelists:
June Manning Thomas,
Professor Emerita of Urban Planning, Taubman School of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Michigan. Author of articles and books on city planning efforts, including the redevelopment of parts of Detroit after WWII, including Black Bottom. See her book, Redevelopment and Race: Planning A Finer City in Postwar Detroit, and her contributions as co-editor of the volume, Mapping Detroit: Land, Community and Shaping a City.

MARSHA MUSIC (aka Marsha Battle Philpot), self-described primordial Detroiter and Detroitist; author of The Detroitist: An Anthology About Detroit, activist and daughter of Joe Von Battle, owner of Joe's Record Shop on Hastings Street in Black Bottom and on 12th Street after urban renewal forced him to move. Marsha also has lived in Lafayette Park, designed by famous architect, Mies van der Rohe, and the centerpiece of the residential redevelopment of Black Bottom in the 1950s. See more at her website: www.marshamusic.wordpress.com
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