Tag: Michigan

  • We aren’t organizing to die but we may have to

    The Atlantic: “Knowing that my heritage, and therefore my own children’s, was bound up in those walls, I felt a responsibility to understand what had happened there. I had to go back to the Shrine of the Black Madonna. I had to go home. […]”

  • And I plan to just do what I can do until the end

    Evanston Roundtable: “We used to go [to] Fox Lake. We went a lot to Starved Rock. … I didn’t know that [at Lake Ivanhoe] we were history in the making,” she said in a December 2022 interview with the RoundTable. She did know, though, that “Black people just couldn’t go anyplace they wanted to, to […]