• Child care for this baby costs more than the University of Michigan

    Kathleen O’Reilly Farhat looks forward to the day she can pay for college for her two young sons. That will…

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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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  • Rising rents. Falling wages. Detroit’s poor face housing crisis.

    By AARON MONDRY & BRIDGE MAGAZINE & DETROIT JOURNALISM COOPERATIVE Clark Washington Jr. works 10 hours a day, five days a…

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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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  • VIDEO: How a Detroit special education advocate tries to help parents

    “I didn’t know what I was supposed to do,” the Detroiter said. “I was left in the dark, lost.”

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  • Gretchen Whitmer officially taps Garlin Gilchrist II as running mate

    Gilchrist, 35, grew up on Detroit’s east side and is executive director of the University of Michigan’s Center for Social…

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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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  • Detroit gets federal grant for historic district commemorating landmark civil rights case

    At the time, it was an all-white neighborhood.

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  • AMERICAN BLACK JOURNAL, NABJ CONVENTION COMES TO DETROIT

    The event features newsmakers in politics, journalism, media, and film.

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  • With primaries over, Detroit school board candidates look to November

    The district’s progress under the current board progress has yielded a cautious sense of hope among some district veterans and observers.

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