• Still no resolution for Detroit water protesters: “It’s not just unusual, it’s unlawful.”

    By Sarah Cwiek | Michigan Radio Why has a criminal misdemeanor case involving seven Detroit protesters been stalled for nearly…

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  • 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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  • From Homs to Grand Rapids: The daring journeys of Michigan’s Syrian refugees

    By Hassan Khalifeh and Tareq Abdel Wahed | Arab American News GRAND RAPIDS — Reunited at last. As the sun…

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  • State report highlights immigrants’ contributions: Snyder calls for immigration reform

    By Ali Harb | Arab American News LANSING — At a time when nativism is on the rise and politicians…

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  • Mass transit in Metro Detroit closer to reality

    By Hassan Khalifeh | Arab American News DEARBORN — Last Thursday, the Southeast Michigan counties affected by a proposed regional…

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  • Detroit Public Schools owed millions in unpaid rent, from another school district

    By Kate Wells | Michigan Radio UPDATE: The EAA has released emails that appear to show the state and DPS…

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  • Lester Spence On Neoliberalism’s Effect on Black Politics

    Stephen Henderson | WDET The oft-repeated Ronald Reagan mantra “government isn’t the solution, government is the problem” continues to resonate…

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  • American Black Journal Special on Racial Attitudes

    VIDEO: American Black Journal Special on Racial Attitudes

    This live American Black Journal special from Wednesday, July 27, 2016 explored topics such as white privilege, police & community…

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  • AUDIO: DJC poll shows improvements, wide gaps among races

    By Lester Graham | Michigan Radio   Attitudes about race have been improving in southeast Michigan, but there are still…

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