Shifting Borders: Visibly Invisible Lines publication seeks to include experience from six Detroiters reflecting on social change, migration, identity transformations, and collective memory as related to the inevitable changes affecting the fabric of Detroit and Hamtramck communities. During the festival, the publication will be celebrated with a lecture on the history of the Detroit/Hamtramck border by Hamtramck Historical Museum Director Greg Kowalski, as well as a dinner and conversation with contributors and community members about the publication.Â Publication contributors include: Marsha Music Philpot, James Cornish, Allen Gillers, Panhyan Nagi, Omar Thabet, and Greg Kowalski.
Historical lecture by Greg Kowalski: Saturday, May 16 from 2-3:30PM at Popps Packing (12138 St. Aubin)
Community dinner conversations led by invited guests: Sunday, May 17 from 7-9PM at the lot at Carpenter and St. Aubin
Publication available at festival Information Hubs