The story of civil unrest in the summer of 1967 is being shared in museums across the country through vivid historical images and personal accounts. In Detroit, where five days of violence followed a late night police raid of an illegal bar, some are still working to make sense of the chaos. Was it a riot or was it is a rebellion? Correspondent Jessica Gomez visits a collection with over 500 personal perspectives at the Detroit Historical Museum.


Read the report by the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders

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