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Upcoming Detroit Entheogenic conference opens up ‘treasures of the earth’

Public interest in power plants has also increased over the 15 years as the Internet has allowed users across the world to share with one another their personal experiences with entheogens. For three days...Detroiters will have access to expert knowledge on these topics, which are often hard to get reliable information about, during the First Detroit Entheogenic Conference at The First Unitarian Church of D ...

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Michigan Welfare Rights Statement on UN’s visit to Detroit to investigate massive water shutoffs

Why did it take strangers, trained in recognizing violations against humanity, to shine a light on these dark-age practices and call them out for what they are? This is the best example of how the recognition of class differences have surfaced because we have different ethnic races of administrators, both men and women, both young and old who have been part of this sorry episode of residential infliction of ...

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EDITORIAL: ‘I quit:’ A betrayal of public trust

Nowhere in Jenkins’ message to the public was there any connection to an idea other than her self-improvement. There was no get-out-the-vote message for Nov. 4. The one-time leader of the body left without reinforcing any institution, organization or network. It was like she was a one-woman show even though she was elected because she campaigned on her connections to legendary Councilwoman Maryann Mahaffey. ...

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