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Thinking for Ourselves by Shea Howell

This process has starkly revealed Duggan’s strengths as a technocrat and his weaknesses in looking “honestly” at the real situation Detroiters are facing. The primary goals of Duggan’s efforts were to retain local control over contracts, get a way to borrow money for infrastructure, and demonstrate his leadership. ...

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‘The fight for Oakman School’ in Detroit

oakman documentary to show“Because They Could: The Fight for Oakman School” is a locally produced documentary telling the story of the Oakman Orthopedic school closing and the struggle by the community to keep it open. The viewing is scheduled for Sept. 29 at Renaissance High School during the DPS elected school board meeting. Artwork is by Oakman mother and parent group coordinator Alyia Moore. ...

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Detroit Raw by Sam Riddle

In a Hollywood Reporter article, well respected human rights activist and Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable President Earl Ofari Hutchinson said his first response to the Watts issue was to defend her. But in a recent press conference, Hutchinson called on Watts to apologize to the LAPD, and made it clear he has severe doubts about Watts’s credibility. Hutchinson is quoted as saying, “We take racial profi ...

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Census Bureau: Wages up for Black men, down for Black women

Even though Black men suffer with the highest unemployment rates in the country, during the recovery period following the recession, Black men who worked full-time, year-round experienced a 1.6 percent gain in median earnings, compared to white men whose earnings fell 2.1 percent over the same period. ...

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