When: Tue., April 17, 7 p.m. 2018
This is what a comeback looks like: grassroots efforts led by the inspiring people of Detroit, MI. Detroiters today fight for survival and growth in a city with an uncertain future, and work tirelessly to improve their communities in spite of the lack of resources. Like many cities in the US, the legacy of broken infrastructure has made Detroit an unstable metro area, yet these characters find ways to succeed and thrive by activating the power of their community and make progress in the struggle to take back their neighborhoods from the forces of economic decline and mismanagement. After the screening join us for a panel featuring the director, Tyler Norwood, and Detroit native, comedian Karinda Dobbins. The panel will be moderated by comedians Paco Romane and George Chen as a live installment of their Sup Doc podcast.
Price: $10, $12