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The Hush House

history and community

Welcome to The HUSH HOUSE

September 15, 2011 by Dr Charles Simmons | 0 comments

The Hush House, as a cohesion of collaborative communities of experience of:  Human Rights Activists, Social and Restorative Justice Advocates, organizers, literacy educators, environmentalists, urban culturalists, elders, youth, international humanitarian workers, students, politicians and  leaderships of the grassroots community, state, national and international partnerships have made the choice to encounter the “Hood” (past poor socio-economic community) as a learning space and as a place that provides us with the opportunity to create, implement and develop solutions to everyday challenges that work to diminish our collective quality of life as human beings.

We recognize the wealth of opportunity where deep deprivation of post industrial urbanity and divine possibility meet; it is in this gap where solutions to some of the most egregious problems that plague our basic social and cultural principles are fashioned. As a collective, collaborative community we meet as equals who share the experience of our passions to serve and it is in this spirit that we inspire visions that we collaboratively nurture to practice by creating, developing and implementing replicable and sustainable projects and programming that reflect the collaborative experience and efforts of The Hush House community.

We are working on projects that help poor people re-invent their resources so that predatory lifestyles, for example, are abdicated for opportunities afforded by hands on projects in food production, green economies and prison or post traumatic stress re-integration projects that make Hope possible.

We understand that Hope is the real sustainable commodity that once realized can become the vehicle to re- imagine and re-invent boundaries to bridges and thereby creating global communities.

September 12, 2011
by Dr Charles Simmons

Our Mission:

The Hush House Black World Museum and Leadership Training Institute for Human Rights represents dedication and commitment of long time Detroiters to create inter-generational discussions and practice that turn despair into hope. The Hush House represents the best of developing new grassroots leadership and works on a day to day basis to give people a sense of history and hope.

The Hush House’s purpose is to fill a vital role in reminding each person of the dignity and value of our neighbors. The Hush House’s mission of leadership training, programs for homeless and low income families, providing space for community meetings and the operation of a community black world history museum are all efforts to bring community life stability and plant life in the spaces where despair and possibility meet!