The Intersection

  • Separate and Unequal

    By Lester Graham | Michigan Radio Racial tensions between white people and people of color are reaching levels not...

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  • He started the Detroit riot. His son wrestles with the carnage.

    By Bill McGraw | Bridge Magazine This story contains crude language As much of the city slept, 19-year-old William...

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  • Jewish Detroiters on the move

    By Shari S. Cohen | Detroit Jewish News Detroit has had Jewish residents since 1762. The first Jewish neighborhood,...

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  • A Revitalized Detroit Attracts Young Jewish Residents

    By Shari S. Cohen | Detroit Jewish News While many Jewish Detroiters left the city between 1950 and 1970,...

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    Detroit’s “Wailing Wall”

    By Robin Schwartz | Detroit Jewish News You don’t have to travel far or look too hard to find...

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  • Delray neighborhood of Detroit

    The Bridge Comes to Delray

    Detroit’s downtrodden Delray neighborhood has been waiting for the new bridge to Canada for well over a decade. The...

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  • Tax Foreclosures Hurting Detroit’s Recovery

    Click here to listen By Lester Graham | Michigan Radio At one time, Detroit’s black families had one of...

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  • Black flight to suburbs masks lingering segregation in metro Detroit

    By Mike Wilkinson | Bridge Magazine Segregation in 1970 Just after the 1967 riots, there were still large parts...

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  • Latinos and African-Americans in Detroit connected by wall, segregation

    By Sergio Martínez-Beltrán | Latino Press When Carmen Muñoz was faced with the Detroit Wall for the first time,...

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  • Sirena and Ricky visit their father (middle) in prison

    When parents go to prison

    By Laura Herberg | WDET Sirena, a 13-year-old from a Detroit suburb, has one word for what it’s like...

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