Coleman Young - Death and Legacy

Death and Legacy

  • Young is interred at Elmwood Cemetery in Detroit.
  • The city county building for the City of Detroit and Wayne County was renamed the "Coleman A. Young Municipal Building."
  • He has a wing named after him at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
  • Detroit City Airport, a general aviation facility serving Detroit, has since been renamed Coleman A. Young International Airport.

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