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VIDEO: Criminal justice reform in Michigan, Detroit Public TV
AUDIO: African Americans wrongfully convicted at higher rates, Michigan Radio
A conversation with Professor Peter Hammer, Michigan Chronicle
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School choice, metro Detroit’s new white flight, Bridge Magazine
AUDIO: A Moment that Sealed the Detroit Schools’ Fate, Michigan Radio
VIDEO: MiWeek Roadshow: Education and Our Schools, Detroit Public TV
Profile: Two DPS teachers, Detroit Jewish News
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Jobs & Economy
A Revitalized Detroit Attracts Young Jewish Residents, Detroit Jewish News
Poverty and joblessness, fuel for ’67 riot, even worse today, Detroit Jewish News
“I watched an old black man cry”, Michigan Radio
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VIDEO: American Black Journal Special on Racial Attitudes, Detroit Public TV
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Quality of Life
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Politics & Government
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Voices from the Muslim Ban Protest in Hamtramck, January 2017, Detroit Public TV
Hamtramck’s ‘Safe Haven’ Schools, Arab American News
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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.
Detroit Superintendent Alycia Meriweather and Michigan Senate Education Chair Phil Pavlov was in studio with a live audience of students, teachers, parents and employers.
At least eight Michigan houses of worship announced plans to form a “sanctuary network” on Tuesday. The congregations say they’ll welcome and protect undocumented people facing deportation.
March 10, 2017 – Protesters marched from Dearborn and neighboring Southwest Detroit – a very short walk – to rally against the latest version of President Trump’s executive order restricting travel from predominantly Muslim countries.
The conventional wisdom has been that Detroit is recovering, but there’s a major flaw in that assessment. If anything, the plight of Detroit’s long-time residents has been getting worse.
Downtown Detroit is in a revival, but neighborhoods across the city are still declining. One of the reasons is the onslaught of tax foreclosures.
How the riots shaped the lives and careers of two black Detroit officers.
Despite rebound, study says Detroit short 100,000 jobs.
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