Category: Events and Actions (page 1 of 7)

Rally Against School Closures! Feb 17 @ Noon, State of Michigan Building

Watch! Emergency Community Meeting on School Closings 02/05/17

Emergency Community Meeting on School Closings, Part 1

Emergency Community Meeting on School Closings, Part 2

Thanks to Shane for all the video work!

Dilla Youth Day!

Women Creating Caring Communities: Healing Power of Love & Communities

Emergency Community Meeting on School Closings

Join the Detroit Independent Freedom Schools Movement (DIFS) for an emergency meeting on the crisis in Detroit schools and nationwide.

Click here to RSVP via Facebook.

To learn more about DIFS, check us out here.

We hope to see you on Sunday!

Youth Day of Vision, 10am-3pm on Feb 18

Hello all,

Please take a look at our upcoming event Youth Day of Vision, commemorating the 50 year anniversary of the 1967 uprising and projecting our vision for the next 50 years of revolution. We have worked very hard in partnership with The Boggs Center and The Detroit Historical Museum to create an event that is engaging and thought provoking.

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Support the Detroit Independent Freedom Schools Movement! Order DIFS Hoodies, T-Shirts, or Longsleeves

Support the Detroit Independent Freedom Schools Movement!

Click here to order DIFS Hoodies, T-Shirts, and Longsleeves

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DIFS at the Wright Museum – Winter 2017 Class Schedule

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Thinking for Ourselves: Faithful Days

By Shea Howell

January 2, 2017

This year the first day of 2017 was also the last day of Kwanzaa, Imani, the affirmation of faith. Over 200 people gathered at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History to share in celebration of the day. Young people with the Detroit Independent Freedom School Movement joined with parents, teachers, friends, artists, and activists to emphasize our faith in one another and our capacity to create a better city and a better world.

It was a good way to begin this new year. The Al Nur Drum and Dance Company set the energy for the event as people gathered to light the Kwanzaa candles. Each candle calls forth a value that will be important for us to remember as we face the choices of the coming days. Unity, Self Determination, Collective Work & Responsibility, Cooperative Economics, Purpose, Creativity, and Faith are critical guideposts to judge our actions.

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Water is Life: A Concert to Support the Water Protectors in ND and MI

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