Posts tagged with ‘detroit’

  • DJC Partner, WDET | A Trip Through Detroit’s Poorest Neighborhoods on the Bed & Bread Truck

    The Salvation Army has done a lot to help underserved communities in cities across the country…

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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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  • One Question | One Detroit | 2

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  • One Detroit Report | History, with Music

    “We can’t talk about Louis Armstrong without asking, ‘What created Louis Armstrong?’”

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  • Fighting for DACA in Southwest Detroit

    “It’ll affect Southwest and me because that’s our family,” said Alvarez, “That’s our community and without a community there’s…

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  • What ‘aging in place’ means in Detroit

    “When we came in everything was beautiful but it’s a terrible neighborhood,”

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  • In Michigan, the fight isn’t over statues, but immigrants

    Four of the 25 most segregated metropolitan areas in the country are in Michigan…

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  • Eleven surprising facts that define Detroit’s ‘139 Square Miles’ (Slideshow)

    “139 Square Miles” tells a story about the city.

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  • Duggan’s first term steadied the ship. Where will he steer Detroit if re-elected?

    What I learned in an extended conversation with Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan last week might surprise you.

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  • Developers, including Gilbert, inquire about Michigan brownfield incentive

    What’s Michigan’s new sweetened brownfield tax incentive – A.K.A the “Gilbert bill,”

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