• Detroit’s problem is a lack of jobs, not too much gentrification

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  • Renting in Detroit

    “A lot of people who lost their homes (in the Recession) do not want to buy another home. Or,…

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  • American Black Journal Community Conversation

    Stephen Henderson was joined by a diverse group of panelists for an in-depth discussion in South West Detroit.

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  • Detroit cites progress, but water shutoffs actually rose last year

    Residential shutoffs spiked 18 percent in 2016: A staggering 83,000 homes have lost water service.

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  • Detroit’s socio-economic laboratory: Morningside

    Private foundations are testing projects to see what might spark neighborhood revival.

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  • The Intersection: A Project of the Detroit Journalism Cooperative 2016

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  • Top of the pecking order: Meet your Detroit Chicken

    Perhaps the most New Detroit thing about the Detroit chicken is this: It’s a work of art, literally.

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  • Pathways To Prison contributor wins Pulitzer Prize

    Dr. Heather Ann Thompson, 2017 Pulitzer Prize winner, lends her voice and historical expertise to Pathways To Prison, a…

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  • D.L.I.V.E – Rebuilding the lives of gunshot victims in Detroit

    In an innovative program at Detroit Sinai Grace Hospital, violence intervention specialists like Calvin Evans help young gunshot survivors…

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  • One promise Mike Duggan can’t keep?

    Detroit’s mayor has said early and often he should be judged by whether Detroit gains population. So far, it…

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