INDIVIDUAL ADVISORS AND PARTNERS

The Detroit Historical Society is pleased to work with the following individuals in the development of this project:

  • Dennis Archer, former Mayor of Detroit
  • Marsha Battle Philpot
  • Kevin Boyle, Ph.D., Northwestern University
  • Gary Brown, City of Detroit
  • Sheila Cockrel , Crossroads Consulting
  • Judge Avern Cohn
  • Congressman John Conyers
  • Angela Dillard, Ph.D., University of Michigan – Ann Arbor
  • Congresswoman Debbie Dingell
  • Congressman John Dingell
  • Walt Douglas
  • De Witt Dykes, Jr., Oakland University
  • Akosua Barthwell Evans, The Barthwell Group
  • David Fike, Ph.D., Marygrove College
  • Nolan Finley, Detroit News
  • Saul Green
  • Roman Gribbs, former Mayor of Detroit
  • Elliott Hall
  • Fred Hall
  • Peter Hammer, Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights at Wayne State University
  • Stephen Henderson, Detroit Free Press, American Black Journal, WDET’s Detroit Today
  • Harvey Hollins, State of Michigan
  • Reverend Jim Holley, Historic Little Rock Baptist Church
  • Rich Homberg, WTVS Detroit Public Television
  • Jeff Horner, Wayne State University
  • Arthur Horwitz, Detroit Jewish News
  • Paul Hubbard
  • Joseph Hudson, Jr., New Detroit
  • Saunteel Jenkins, THAW
  • George Johnson, George Johnson and Company
  • Brenda Jones, Detroit City Council President
  • William Jones, Focus:Hope
  • Judge Damon J. Keith
  • Thomas Klug, Ph.D., Marygrove College
  • Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence
  • Mark Lee
  • Shahida Mausi, The Right Productions
  • Danielle McGuire, Ph.D., Wayne State University
  • Isaiah McKinnon, City of Detroit
  • Juanita Moore, Charles H. Wright Museum
  • George N’Namdi, N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art
  • U.S. Senator Gary Peters
  • Erik Nordberg, Walter P. Reuther Library of Labor and Urban Affairs
  • Glenda Price, Detroit Public Schools Foundation
  • Martha Reeves
  • G. Scott Romney
  • Tom Schoenith, The Roostertail
  • Mary Sheffield, Detroit City Council
  • Andre Spivey, Detroit City Council
  • Steve Spreitzer, Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion
  • Shirley Stancato, New Detroit
  • Thomas Sugrue, Ph.D., New York University
  • Bishop Edgar Vann, Second Ebenezer Church
  • Helaine Zack, Oakland County Board of Commissioners

ORGANIZATIONAL ADVISORS AND PARTNERS

The Detroit Historical Society is pleased to work with the following organizations in the development of this project:

*This list reflects organizations and individuals who have joined the project as of Winter 2016. The list will grow as more partners participate.