Detroit Branch NAACP Celebrated the 68th Annual Fight for Freedom Fund Dinner


Keynote Speaker, Senator Rev. Raphael Warnock, United States Senate - D-GA

The Detroit Branch NAACP continues to make history, as it has done many times before. The June Jubilee Celebration of Freedom took place on the weekend of June 23rd-25th. Consisting of several events, it started with the unveiling of Detroit's very first statue, of the late, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Covered in Bronze, the sculpture is set to remain in the heart of the city, known as Hart Plaza. As the weekend continued, so did the celebration. The Freedom Walk took place on Saturday, June 24th and all roads lead to the Freedom Fund Dinner the next day.

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