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VIDEO: Criminal justice reform in Michigan, Detroit Public TV
AUDIO: African Americans wrongfully convicted at higher rates, Michigan Radio
A conversation with Professor Peter Hammer, Michigan Chronicle
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School choice, metro Detroit’s new white flight, Bridge Magazine
AUDIO: A Moment that Sealed the Detroit Schools’ Fate, Michigan Radio
VIDEO: MiWeek Roadshow: Education and Our Schools, Detroit Public TV
Profile: Two DPS teachers, Detroit Jewish News
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Jobs & Economy
A Revitalized Detroit Attracts Young Jewish Residents, Detroit Jewish News
Poverty and joblessness, fuel for ’67 riot, even worse today, Detroit Jewish News
“I watched an old black man cry”, Michigan Radio
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VIDEO: American Black Journal Special on Racial Attitudes, Detroit Public TV
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Quality of Life
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Politics & Government
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Voices from the Muslim Ban Protest in Hamtramck, January 2017, Detroit Public TV
Hamtramck’s ‘Safe Haven’ Schools, Arab American News
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Michigan’s law that calls for the annual closure of the state’s worst schools is unique in the nation.
One Detroit’s Christy McDonald recently sat down with Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan to find out how our city’s doing with the start of the new year.
One Detroit’s Christy McDonald recently sat down with Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan.
Noah had to deal with a deluge. So do Detroit faith leaders, in the form of sharply rising bills to cover stormwater runoff. The city is offering help, but some say they fear closure.
Bailey Sisoy Isgro never knew Helen McGowan, the infamous “Motor City Madam,” whose women catered to Detroit’s discretion-seeking power brokers. But her brothel is fueling another potent business.
Next Chapter Detroit was the first examination of Detroit after the city declared bankruptcy. The DJC partners explored the city’s bankruptcy, its impact on people and neighborhoods and its long-term implications.
The Intersection explored whether the social and economic conditions that sparked the tragic events of 1967 improved in Detroit.
Additional content from the Detroit Journalism Cooperative partners.
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