On This Day: African-American Life in Detroit

Photo courtesy of the Walter P. Reuther Library of Labor and Urban Affairs, Wayne State University
  • Spectacles Detroit and Eric’s I’ve Been Framed carries “On This Day: African-American Life in Detroit.”  Spectacles is located at 230 E. Grand River in downtown Detroit (313) 963-6886. Eric’s I’ve Been Framed is located at 16527 Livernois in northwest Detroit (313) 861-9263. 
  • Our new book contains 1,400 facts about blacks in Detroit and includes dozens of rare photos. Purchase a copy priced at $19.99 plus postage and shipping.
  • Richard Grundy, a recent book purchaser, writes: “Excellent book about Detroit and its history. Little did I realize that the author was going to publish a book that brought together all of his postings on the history of Detroit. An excellent everyday read. Residents, ex-residents, friends of southeastern Michigan will be delighted at this publication. Global friends and admirers of Detroit, the Motor City, Motown, etc., will be very pleased when they get their hands on this book. From civil rights, to politics, to entertainment to the arts, the auto industry, music, this book captures it all. The newly appointed EFM needs to read and keep a copy of this on his desk. Kudos to Mr.Coleman”