- KEEP ALL DETROIT PUBLIC SCHOOLS OPEN!
- Use State Surplus Funding to Restore DPS!
- Restore Dr. King’s Dream for America in Detroit!
- Equal, Quality Education for ALL Black, Latina/o, other minority and poor White Students!
- Unite the Black and Latina/o communities in a common struggle to determine our shared destinies. Build the new youth-led independent integrated civil rights movement
- Location: Detroit Day School for the Deaf, 4555 John C Lodge Fwy. Detroit, MI 48201
- Date: Friday, March 30
- Time: 3:00pm
- Bring: A sign of support
- If you can't go - offer support and promotional sharing
HistoryOrganized in 1898 with four teachers and 37 students, the Detroit Day School for the Deaf is one of the oldest schools of its kind in the United States. Its name distinguished it from residential programs, the more usual form of education for the deaf at that time. The present building was designed and built specifically to meet the needs of deaf and hard of hearing students. Detroit Day School for the Deaf was the first publicly supported school for the Deaf in the country, attesting to the humanitarianism of the Detroit Community.
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