Posts tagged with ‘DETROIT JOURNALISM COOPERATIVE’

  • Blacks should control cannabis shops, group says

    Michigan has 178,629 registered medical marijuana patients, a 2015 number.

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  • The commitment to Detroit neighborhoods is real

    Together, 23 neighborhoods across the city will see their commercial corridors improved

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  • Is Detroit coming back? It depends on the neighborhood.

    Three miles away, McCarthy has another view. It’s of a spoon stirring pork and beans…

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  • Week in review: The target on the back of the state board of education

    The main district has taken the unusual step of putting some counselors and assistant principals in classrooms.

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  • Diary of a longshot: Inside Coleman Young’s no-frills bid for Detroit mayor.

    The grilled chicken came on Styrofoam plates…

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  • Piecing together care for the growing number of Detroit’s senior citizens.

    Detroit might not be ready for the wave of baby boomers who are aging.

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  • Week in review: As ‘count day’ nears, the scramble is on to lure students and teachers

    Next Wednesday is count day — the crucial day when the number of students who show up for class…

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  • Why residents left Detroit. And why some are coming back.

    Bridge Magazine and the Detroit Journalism Cooperative gathered Detroiters past and present to share their choices. A theme…

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  • Detroit Historical Society CEO on ‘Telling Detroit Stories and Why They Matter’

    Reflection on unrest of1967 “was really transformational…” – Bob Bury

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  • DJC Partners to cover immigration stories in Mexico | Everybody’s story stops at the border. Except ours.

    Bill Kubota and Chastity Pratt Dawsey head to Guanojuato.

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