Max Fisher Music Center
June 17, 2015  at 7:00pm

Followed by a talkback with Judge Keith Jesse Nesser and Mitch Albom

All Proceeds Benefit S.A.Y. Detroit

$25, TICKETS ON SALE NOW
www.dso.org | 313-576-5111

From director Jesse Nesser and executive producers Mitch Albom, Cynthia & Edsel Ford, Faye Nelson, and Frank Fountain

Walk With Me tells the story of ten extraordinary years, four unprecedented cases, and one unconventional federal Judge, who forever changed civil rights in the U.S. In the wake of the 1967 Detroit race riots, rookie African American Judge Damon J. Keith caused controversy by rooting out hidden discriminatory practices that had been woven into our housing, school, work, and police institutions. Believing that the law could and should be used to pursue social change and racial equality, Keith shook the nation as he challenged the status quo and faced off against angry crowds, the KKK, and even a sitting U.S. President. Visit www.thedkdoc.com for more info.

Presenting Sponsors: Ford, DTE Energy Foundation

Charity Partner: SAY Detroit

Media Partners: Detroit Free Press, WJR, B.L.A.C, The Detroit News, The Michigan Chronicle, Local 4 Click on Detroit

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