Serving as the Oral and Written History Project manager at the Detroit Historical Museum, Wall-Winkel worked extensively on Detroit 67: Looking Back to Move Forward, along with being a member of the Detroit 67 exhibition research and development team. He conducted over one hundred and fifty oral histories and carried out original scholarly research on the causes, events and impacts of the events of July 67. He contributed two essays to Wayne State University Press/Detroit Historical Society publication “Detroit 67: Origins. Impacts. Legacies.” Wall-Winkel is now working on a new exhibit on Detroit area neighborhoods.
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