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Critical Juneteenth Theory

January 1st, 1863, the Emancipation proclamation declared the end of slavery within the “Rebellious States” to “Weaken the Confederacy by depriving it of its

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The Garden Bug

If you know your neighborhoods, then you know Grandmont Rosedale is always looking naturally fresh and extra crisp.And if you know Grandmont Rosedale, then you

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Black Girl MATHgic

Due to systems that have failed a number of our youth, math and literacy skills are in sad shortage for many – especially young women in Detroit.We’re talkin’

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Detroit Stories You Might've Missed

We’re feelin' a bit more grateful than usual for May flowers this spring, so collectively, let’s all take it slow for a minute and smell the roses.And in

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7 More City Opportunities

We’re back at it for the month of April! Here are 7 resources you probably didn’t know about. Take a look at what else the city has to offer! COVID-19

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North Rosedale Park

I grew up on Detroit’s west side between Fenkell and Grand River Ave, right down the street from the old Norwest movie theater where I saw the movies Beat

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Detroiters Makin' Moves in March

Welcome to April and the slow rollout of spring! On social media, we profile Detroiters making an impact. The Neighborhoods and City of Detroit 

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Where the hell has Eric Been?

It's been a long time since I last checked in, and you might be asking yourself, "Hey, where has Eric been?"Well, I'm glad you asked.In December 2019, I was

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7 City resources you might not know about

You care about Detroit--and Detroit cares about you! Detroit has services to help you whether you’re a resident, you want to open a business, or are a current

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