‘Walk With Me’ Docu Premiere Raises Funds for SAY Detroit

Jun 18, 2015 | Films, News | 0 comments

More than 1,500 people attended a world premiere event celebrating the life of civil rights icon Judge Damon J. Keith on Wednesday night at the Max Fisher Music Center in Detroit.

The soon-to-be 93-year-old Keith, a prominent federal judge, was the subject of a documentary called “Walk with Me: The Trials of Damon J. Keith” directed by filmmaker Jesse Nesser.

All ticket proceeds from the event benefited S.A.Y. Detroit, founded in 2006 by author Mitch Albom, who served as one of the film’s executive producers…for more about the event and photos, please continue reading on saydetroit.org.


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