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Edutainment 101- The State of Detroit Townhall MeetingThis event is free and open to the public

Can’t make it to the event? Click here for The Wright Museum’s online Livestream coverage.

Hip Hop Caucus Detroit & Radio One present

“Edutainment 101: The State of Detroit Townhall Meeting”

Moderated by LaRonn Harris (Chair of Hip-Hop Caucus Detroit)

“Now that the election is over, what’s next for the city?”

“Who will rebuild the wasteland of Detroit’s economic development?”

“How can we make Detroit a safer, smarter, employed & cleaner city?”

“How do we bring peace to a violent community?”

“What world will our young people grow up in Detroit in the next 4 years?”

“How do we recapture the minds of our youth?”

Special Invited Guests include:

Mayor-Elect Mike Duggan

Police Chief James Craig

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Angelo Henderson

And more!



Hip Hop Caucus Detroit Town Hall Will Speak to the Unending State of Crises in Low-Income Detroit Communities

WHO:  Speakers: Angelo Henderson, Pulitzer Prize winning Journalist; Trick-Trick, community leader, entertainer, entrepreneur; James Craig, Detroit Police Chief; Rev. Lennox Yearwood Jr., President and CEO, Hip Hop Caucus; K.C. Wilborn, educator; Karen Dumas, communications and political strategist; Brandon Jessup, CEO Michigan Forward; Brian “DJBJ3525” Jackson, entertainer and philanthropist; Robert Davis, Union Activist; CP, activist and comedian; Suliman Mausi, Entrepreneur and Concert Promoter. Performance ByJessica Care Moore, internationally renowned poet, publisher, activist, playwright and actor (she will also be a speaker). Moderated By: LaRonn Harris, Chair and City Coordinator, Hip Hop Caucus Detroit. More participants TBA, and Mayor-Elect Mike Duggan has been invited.

WHAT: This is the first post-2013 Election Town Hall in a series of regular Town Halls organized by Hip Hop Caucus Detroit. Under less urgent circumstances, each Town Hall has covered a specific topic. Now, with the city’s bankruptcy moving forward, and the daily struggles for the city’s poor to survive compounding under extraordinarily challenging circumstances, this critically-timed Town Hall will broach a comprehensive set of issues: the city’s and residents’ economic challenges, civil and human rights issues (including violence and racial profiling), schools and education, environmental health issues, and voting rights and the future of the democratic process in the city. Radio-One has partnered with Hip Hop Caucus Detroit on promoting this Town Hall event. (Event info is here:

WHEN:  Sunday, December 8, 2013

4pm – 7pm

Media Check-In begins 3:45pm. Interviews will be available with select speakers and presenters immediately following the event, special interviews may be arranged upon request prior to the event.                                       

WHERE:  Charles H Wright Museum of African American History, Multi Purpose Room 315 East Warren Avenue, Detroit, MI 48201

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