Bill Scott threw the first bottle at police, an act that encouraged violent uprisings by black Detroiters in 1967. His son grew up thinking his race didn’t matter. Until one night, suddenly, it did.
Fear of political blowback is making us reluctant to speak out on issues. That ought to scare the hell out of us.
The memories of the burning and looting remain deeply engraved as a cautionary tale of how things can go south so quickly
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Voter information is already publicly available. And that’s all the Trump administration is getting.
The Ingham County clerk advises voters not to withdraw their registration in an attempt to hide from the newly created federal Election Integrity Commission.
With the release of “Detroit,” director Kathryn Bigelow’s film about the killings of three black teens during the 1967 unrest, the lawyer who successfully defended several infamous white Detroit officers looks back with indifference toward his critics.
Cities with modern, diverse economies outpace places that are less-well-educated and more dependent in manufacturing.