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Dr. Heather Ann Thompson

2017 Pulitzer Prize Winner

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The ravaging of Detroit neighborhoods by tax foreclosures

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Despite rebound, study says Detroit short 100,000 jobs

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Top of the pecking order: Meet your Detroit Chicken
Top of the pecking order: Meet your Detroit Chicken
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Perhaps the most New Detroit thing about the Detroit chicken is this: It’s a work of art, literally.

Pathways To Prison contributor wins Pulitzer Prize
Pathways To Prison contributor wins Pulitzer Prize
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Dr. Heather Ann Thompson, 2017 Pulitzer Prize winner, lends her voice and historical expertise to Pathways To Prison, a Detroit Public Television documentary that looks at the prison industrial complex in the state of Michigan.

D.L.I.V.E – Rebuilding the lives of  gunshot victims in Detroit
D.L.I.V.E – Rebuilding the lives of gunshot victims in Detroit
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In an innovative program at Detroit Sinai Grace Hospital, violence intervention specialists like Calvin Evans help young gunshot survivors recover emotionally as well as physically.

One promise Mike Duggan can’t keep?
One promise Mike Duggan can’t keep?
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Detroit’s mayor has said early and often he should be judged by whether Detroit gains population. So far, it hasn’t.

That Detroit rarity: a home mortgage
That Detroit rarity: a home mortgage
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Can you call it a comeback if mortgages are only written in a few communities? Several years into a downtown recovery, neighborhood mortgage lending remains “pathetic.”

“Today is a good day for the city of Flint”
Riding Along with a Detroit Citizens Radio Patrol Team
Struggling neighborhoods watch as Detroit invests in better neighborhoods first
Struggling neighborhoods watch as Detroit invests in better neighborhoods first
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Many Detroit neighborhoods need help. A lot of blocks are little more than a couple of occupied homes, a few abandoned houses, some burned out structures, and overgrown vacant lots.

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