Historic Sites in Detroit's Racial History

1967 Riot Starting Point

Beth David Synagogue

Breitmeyer-Tobin Building

Brewster-Wheeler Recreation Center

Ralph J. Bunche Commemorative Designation

George Washington Carver Elementary School

First Michigan Colored Regiment Informational Site/Camp Ward

Conant Gardens Historic District

St. Cyprian's Episcopal Church

Detroit Association of Colored Women's Club/Detroit
Association of Women's Club/William Lennane Home

Detroit Urban League

The Donovan Building

Frederick Douglas and John Brown Meeting Place/
William Webb Homesite

Dunbar Hospital

Fancy Pants Lounge

The Finney Hotel

Gateway to Freedom Underground Railroad Monument

Greater Shiloh Baptist Church

Hitsville or the Motown Museum

Mayor Orville Hubbard Statue

Idlewild: The Black Eden

Albert Kahn Home/Detroit Urban League

Memorial to Joe Louis

Joe Louis Sports Arena

Elijah McCoy Home Informational Site

Orsel and Minnie McGhee Home

Sidney D. Miller Middle School

Missionary Baptist Church

Nelson Court Apartments

New Bethel Baptist Church

New Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity House

The James Owen House/Bertha Hansbury Music School

Paradise Valley Marker

Fannie Richards Homesite Marker

Roesink Stadium/Hamtramck Stadium

Sacred Heart Catholic Church Complex

Sandwich First Baptist Church, Windsor, Ontario

Shrine of the Black Madonna

Sojourner Truth Housing Project

Harriet Beecher Stowe Home

Walter H. Stowers Home

Dr. Ossian Sweet Home

Underground Railroad Statuary and Memorial

Underground Railroad Monument/Tower of Freedom, Canada

United We Stand

Wall Separating Whites from Blacks

Camp Ward/First Michigan Colored Regiment Informational Site

Anthony Wayne Sculpture

The Alice and Doctor Daniel Hale Williams Residence

Zion Congregational Church of God in Christ