Posts tagged with ‘PBS’

  • An orange jumpsuit ahead for Ann Arbor detainee? “They will behead him in front of everyone,” his sister says

    Sarah Taymour of Ann Arbor said she’s been betrayed by the government. “My sister and I, we both served…

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  • Detroit, 1967: Riot or Rebellion?

    Two weeks before the fiftieth anniversary of the July 24, 1967 police raid that set off a week of…

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  • Chaldean State Lawmaker Who Endorsed Trump: Community Feels Slighted

    “We have laws, we’d like to enforce them, but we won’t take it to the next level of throwing…

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  • Maria’s Diary: May 4 – 23rd Birthday

    “I know that I have to leave the country but I am still hoping for some type of miracle,…

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  • Maria’s Diary: May 4 – Staying Strong

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  • Tale Of Two Cities

    Despite rebound, study says Detroit short 100,000 jobs.

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  • How Trump can help Detroit

    The new president has been criticized by African-American and urban leaders for his broad-stroke, apocalyptic view of inner-city neighborhoods…

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  • Detroit board may sue state to keep schools open

    The Detroit school board has threatened to sue to prevent the state from closing schools in the city that…

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  • Dearborn Emergency Town Hall Meeting

    February 1, 2017, ACCESS, a community non-profit group hosted an emergency town hall meeting concerning President Donald Trump’s executive…

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  • ShadowSpirit

    Shadow of the Spirit of Detroit

    In Detroit, jobs are scarce. Money is short. That has led to an underground economy that one Detroit reporter…

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