Monthly Archives: September 2016

Sept 7 – “there are birds here” Jamaal May

Wednesday September 7     ” And no his neighborhood is not like a war zone” We human beings who live and work in Detroit, 8 Mile down to the River,  live with many perceptions of Detroit.  Jamaal May’s “There are … Continue reading

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Labor Day is a holiday

Monday, September 5  “I watch my grandmother” Labor Day in Motown calls out people who work for wages, to organize so that their individual voices become collective, a union of working people.  Labor Day in Motown means to remind people … Continue reading

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Labor Day – walking the bridge

Mac Bridge on Labor day, a great Labor Day tradition in my state —  http://www.mightymac.org/bridgewalk.htm 5 miles across john sj “Although the direction of the walk was south to north in the early years, the walk is now always from … Continue reading

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Sept 2 – Joy Harjo

Friday, September 2  — “Talking with the Sun” Days of early autumn sun, crisp air.  You can see by the way people walk around campus that we are breathing better these days.  Lots of smiles for this respite from a … Continue reading

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