This week, the city of Detroit is remembering a series of days that forever changed the iconic Motor City.
Fifty years ago, the city ignited into five days of rioting after a Detroit police raid on an illegal club.
People there say police shoved a pregnant woman aside during the raid. Someone else threw a brick at the officers.
Many African-American Detroiters call it a rebellion against systemic racism and decades of harassment by some white police officers.