Detroit Branch NAACP 68th Annual Fight for Freedom Fund Dinner

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Detroit Branch NAACP 68th Annual Fight for Freedom Fund Dinner

Don't miss the chance to attend the Detroit Branch NAACP's 68th FFFFD! World-class entertainment, inspiring speeches, and first-class meal.

By Detroit Branch NAACP

When and where

Date and time

Sunday, June 25 · 5 - 8pm EDT


Huntington Place 1 Washington Boulevard Detroit, MI 48226

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 3 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Are you ready for an unforgettable evening filled with amazing food, top-notch entertainment, and inspiring keynote speakers? Look no further than the Detroit Branch NAACP's Annual Fight For Freedom Fund Dinner!

This one-of-a-kind event has been a staple in the community since its launch in 1956, and it's no wonder why. Under the leadership of Branch President Edward M. Turner, Arthur L. Johnson, and Dr. Lionel F. Swan, the Freedom Fund Dinner was founded in a time of renewed hope and determination for Black Americans, despite facing ongoing racial violence and tragedy.

Today, the fight for freedom and justice is as important as ever, and by attending the Fight For Freedom Fund Dinner, you can be a part of that fight. Your ticket, table, or sponsorship helps to ensure that the Detroit Branch NAACP can continue to be on the front lines of this critical work.

So join us for an unforgettable evening that supports a great cause and delivers world-class entertainment and inspiring keynote speeches. Take your chance to be a part of this amazing event!

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