The inflatable "Truth Booth," which looks like an oversize cartoon speech bubble, is a portable video studio being used to record personal statements during a global tour now in its fifth year. The stark white isolation chamber was in Philadelphia during the Democratic convention and in Cleveland when Republicans gathered a week earlier. Now it starts a two-week tour of Metro Detroit and Flint. Anyone can be taped privately finishing this sentence: "The truth is . . ." Each person can speak for up to two minutes. There's no cost and reservations aren't needed. On Tuesday, the booth will be on the Woodward Plaza of the Detroit Institute of Arts from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., followed by a Wednesday stop at Dearborn's Arab American National Museum from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Six other Detroit stops, listed at the end of this article, are scheduled Aug. 4-9 and Aug. 13. Freelance journalist Tamara ...Read More
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