3408 Woodward Ave
Detroit, MI 48201
“Protest, Power, and Progress: Exploring Black Males Across the Lifespan,” a Community Panel Discussion & Book Signing at the Michigan State University Detroit Center, with Robert L. Green, Theodore S. Ransaw, C. P. Gause, Khalid Mumin, Kevin Brooks, and Julian Van Dyke.
- Dr. Robert L. Green, Founding Dean of the MSU College of Urban Development, author of At the Crossroads of Fear and Freedom: The Fight for Social and Educational Justice and Expect the Most Provide the Best
- Dr. C. P. Gause, Former editor of the Journal of Black Masculinity, co-editor of The Handbook of Research on Black Males Quantitative, Qualitative, and Multidisciplinary, and 201+ Strategies for Successfully Transforming Today’s Schools: A Resource Guide for Educational Leaders, School Administrators, Teachers, Parents, and Students.
- Dr. Theodore S. Ransaw, Creator of Afro American Masculinity 105, co-editor of The Handbook of Research on Black Males Quantitative, Qualitative, and Multidisciplinary, and author of the Art of Being Cool: The Pursuit of Black Masculinity and co-editor of the book series, International Race and Education.
- Dr. Khalid Mumin, Pennsylvania Superintendent of Schools and former Principal.
- Dr. Kevin Brooks, STEM coordinator, mentorship specialist and youth programming coordinator.
- Julian Van Dyke, Art educator, educator, youth advocate and community activist.
FREE PARKING is available in the secure MSU Detroit Center lot on the corner of Cass and Stimson, one block west of the MSU Detroit Center. Security can escort guests to or from the building if requested. Free and metered street parking is also available on side streets.
MSU Detroit Center: (313) 578‑9700