Posts tagged with ‘stephen henderson’

  • Detroit’s Rashida Tlaib Becomes A National Name — Was It The Right Introduction?

    n Detroit Today, Stephen Henderson explores who Tlaib is, compared to what most of America is seeing or thinking about

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  • Fear and Loathing in Corktown: Detroit’s Oldest Surviving Neighborhood Deals with Change

    Detroit Free Press columnist John Carlisle joins Detroit Today to talk about his recent series of profiles on Corktown residents.

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  • Michigan Cities Face Eviction Crisis — Here Are Some Solutions

    There are efforts afoot in cities such as Cleveland to address chronic housing insecurity.

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  • Democratic Nominee for Attorney General Dana Nessel Joins Detroit Today

    Nessel responds to reports of a toxic campaign office and says she’s willing to revisit charges against Gov. Snyder in…

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  • Detroit Schools drinking water shutoff “a positive ripple effect of the Flint crisis”

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  • We’re the richest Democracy with the worst poverty

    “Poverty is a relationship, it involves you and me and everybody else,” Desmond tells Stephen Henderson on Detroit Today.

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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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  • AMERICAN BLACK JOURNAL, NABJ CONVENTION COMES TO DETROIT

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

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  • Detroit Superintendent Vitti: Schools Will Be Stable in Five Years

    How has the first year gone for Vitti and the kids of Detroit’s public schools?

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  • The Stigma of Transit: “We Have to Make Buses Sexy”

    Our roads are too wide, our cars are too linked to status, says the mayor who revolutionized transit in his…

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