Chapter 2

  • ACRL: Two Yemeni Americans unjustly arrested for supposedly fake insurance

    By Ali Harb | Arab American News HAMTRAMCK — Not even insurance agents could convince Hamtramck police that the proof…

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  • Police, community weigh on strained relationship

    By Hassan Khalifeh | Arab American News DEARBORN — Two weeks ago, in the early hours of Friday morning, Dearborn…

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  • Detroit Police Chief James Craig

    In a city with long memories of racial torment, Detroit’s police chief seeks to turn a corner

    By Bill McGraw | Bridge Magazine The Black Lives Matter movement was peaking a year ago when protesters took to…

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  • A Detroit Police Department timeline

    Timeline by Bill McGraw, Bridge Magazine, and Melissa Mason, WDET.

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  • Police brutality: The struggle isn’t over

    By Lester Graham | Michigan Radio The news has been full of stories in recent years about police killing unarmed…

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  • Chief Craig: In his own words

    Keith A. Owens | The Michigan Chronicle On the benefits of an armed citizenry “Some people were saying ‘Oh my…

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  • Civil rights attorney Bill Goodman

    Jewish leaders recall racial tensions in Detroit

    By Jackie Headapohl | Jewish News Racial tensions in Detroit, from police mistreatment and economic disparity to discriminatory housing practices,…

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  • Arab-American cops leaving Dearborn police force

    By Ali Harb | Arab American News DEARBORN — Middle Easterners in Dearborn call the city the capital of Arab…

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  • Project Green Light providing ‘safe haven’ to city residents

    Kim Clowes | Michigan Korean Weekly Project Green Light is a partnership between local businesses, the City of Detroit and…

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  • New Bethel Incident marked a low in Detroit’s relations with police

    Kim Clowes | Michigan Korean Weekly Nearly 50 years after the civil unrest of 1967, the New Bethel Incident stands…

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