Stop the Presses! Twenty years ago, Detroit became embroiled in a titanic newspaper strike Critical Moment interviews activist and former striker Barb Ingalls By D. Sands Twenty years ago this […]
By Shea Howell May 8, 2015 Unless Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan makes some major shifts in his thinking, he will be the Mayor who lost Detroit. While he is announcing […]
Statement of the Hip Hop Congress Over the last couple of weeks, a lot of controversy and discussion has swirled around Azealia Banks and the positions that she has taken […]
The legacy of beloved Detroit rapper and producer J. Dilla will be celebrated on Sunday, Feb. 8, with a busy day of events for young people at the Charles H. […]
Manuel “Matty” Moroun is the local billionaire we love to hate. He’s an easy target. Unlike Gilbert and the Ilitch’s, poor unpopular Matty doesn’t own a sexy sports team to distract the masses from his selfish ways.
Without water, people cannot live a life with dignity – they have no water for drinking, cooking, bathing, flushing toilets and keeping their clothes and houses clean.
Just several weeks ago, about a dozen Detroiters met at Nandi’s Knowledge Cafe to discuss the tragedy of the Mike Brown case. Mike Brown was an 18 year old Black youth from a small city called Ferguson outside of St. Louis, Missouri—a place that, honestly, many of us hadn’t heard of prior to Brown’s murder.