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  • Catholic College in Detroit is Offering Classes to an All-Muslim Group

    The students are studying social justice at Marygrove.

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  • PFAS: What is this stuff?

    What are these chemicals? Where did they come from? Why are we using them?

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  • MichMash: Making ‘Boring Bills’ Sexy Again

    No bill is too small or ‘boring’ to put in front of your state lawmaker.

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  • Will Labor Dispute Indefinitely Delay Major Freeway Projects in Metro Detroit?

    Crain’s Detroit Business senior reporter Chad Livengood talks about the situation on Detroit Today.

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  • We’re the richest Democracy with the worst poverty

    “Poverty is a relationship, it involves you and me and everybody else,” Desmond tells Stephen Henderson on Detroit Today.

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  • The key takeaways from this weekend’s Republican and Democratic conventions

    Despite a few political snags, each party now has their full slate of candidates ready for the November midterm elections.

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  • Should We Segregate Students Based on Academic Ability?

    “You don’t learn to talk across difference if you are with people who are all just like you.”

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  • ‘It Touches You…It’s Traumatic’—The Effects of Eviction and Housing Insecurity on Kids

    Bridge Magazine reporter Chastity Pratt Dawsey opens up about her own childhood evictions in raw conversation on Detroit Today.

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  • Author Anna Clark Talks New Book on Flint, ‘The Poisoned City’

    “Lives are really on the line.”

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  • “This is no way to run a justice system”: Detroit nonprofit works toward a future without bail

    Stateside’s conversation with Amanda Alexander, founder and executive director of the Detroit Justice Center, and Rasha Almulaiki, a bail “disruptor”…

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