120 results for New Michigan Media

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

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  • Detroit Today…Tonight: How’s Detroit Doing with Education? [VIDEO, COMMUNITY MEETING]

    Detroit Superintendent Alycia Meriweather and Michigan Senate Education Chair Phil Pavlov was in studio with a live audience of students,…

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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 calls…

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  • Separate and Unequal

    By Lester Graham | Michigan Radio Racial tensions between white people and people of color are reaching levels not seen…

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  • He started the Detroit riot. His son wrestles with the carnage.

    By Bill McGraw | Bridge Magazine This story contains crude language As much of the city slept, 19-year-old William Walter…

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  • Tax Foreclosures Hurting Detroit’s Recovery

    Click here to listen By Lester Graham | Michigan Radio At one time, Detroit’s black families had one of the…

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  • Black flight to suburbs masks lingering segregation in metro Detroit

    By Mike Wilkinson | Bridge Magazine Segregation in 1970 Just after the 1967 riots, there were still large parts of…

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  • A conversation with Professor Peter Hammer

    By Keith A. Owens | Michigan Chronicle Professor Hammer has been on the faculty at Wayne State University Law School since 2003, and currently…

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  • Saige Jones will be attending Detroit Prep for Kindergarten this year.

    AUDIO: How Detroit Parents Pick Schools

    WDET Are families finding education options that will keep them in the city?   For Detroit parents, the decision making about…

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  • Dedication To education

    Shari S. Cohen | Detroit Jewish News Detroit’s 1967 civil disorder continues to impact the city almost 50 years later.…

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