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Cash for artists with big ideas

Last year, the Knight Foundation awarded $2.1 million to 56 art projects the foundation believed would benefit the city of Detroit. Among them were awards for local dancer Haleem Rasul to make a documentary about the Detroit dance phenomenon “jit” and Omowale Entertainment to teach West African drumming and dancing classes. ...

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Detroit Raw

I figured what the hell, if Governor Snyder’s Negro proxy emergency manager overseer of the Detroit plantation was going to show up, I certainly could. Besides we’re both Michigan men. That is graduates of the University of Michigan Law School. I’m told that reality immeasurably enhanced the Mayor Duggan/EM relationship. Something like serf to master when it comes to bottom-line city of Detroit decision-mak ...

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‘Accidental asphyxia’ in Northland Mall death

MacKenzie Cochran died Jan. 28 in the custody of Northland Mall security guards. A mobile video showed three mall cops holding down a hand-cuffed Cochran, pressing his chest against the floor — one has his knee in Cochran’s back — after pepper spraying him. Cochran can be heard saying, “I can’t breathe.” One of the guards responds, “If you can talk, you can breathe.” ...

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Detroit Food 2014

Detroit Food 2014, April 3-4 at Focus: HOPE (1400 Oakman Blvd, Detroit) will focus on racial equity across the food system. The keynote address by food justice activist LaDonna Redmond will be followed by a series of panel discussions and workshops throughout both days. There will be four workshop tracks: Food Systems 101; Policy Boot Camps; Research, Race and Economics; and a special track for young people ...

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