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Program to help Detroit drivers eliminate responsibility fees, get licenses back months ahead of schedule | Crain’s Detroit Business Mayor Mike Duggan announced Tuesday that the 76,000 Detroiters who owe an average of $1,600 in fees can get their licenses back months ahead of schedule by taking 10 hours of job-readiness training through Duggan's Detroit at Work program">Program to help Detroit drivers eliminate responsibility fees, get licenses back months ahead of schedule | Crain’s Detroit Business Mayor Mike Duggan announced Tuesday that the 76,000 Detroiters who owe an average of $1,600 in fees can get their licenses back months ahead of schedule by taking 10 hours of job-readiness training through Duggan's Detroit at Work program

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Mayor Mike Duggan announced Tuesday that the 76,000 Detroiters who owe an average of $1,600 in fees can get their licenses back months ahead of schedule by taking 10 hours of job-readiness training through Duggan's Detroit at Work program
Program to help Detroit drivers eliminate responsibility fees, get licenses back months ahead of schedule | Crain’s Detroit Business Mayor Mike Duggan announced Tuesday that the 76,000 Detroiters who owe an average of $1,600 in fees can get their licenses back months ahead of schedule by taking 10 hours of job-readiness training through Duggan's Detroit at Work program" class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Detroit’s Untold Stories of Slavery | The New York Times In “The Dawn of Detroit,” the historian Tiya Miles transports the reader back to the 18th century and brings to life a multiracial community that began in slavery.">Detroit’s Untold Stories of Slavery | The New York Times In “The Dawn of Detroit,” the historian Tiya Miles transports the reader back to the 18th century and brings to life a multiracial community that began in slavery.

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In “The Dawn of Detroit,” the historian Tiya Miles transports the reader back to the 18th century and brings to life a multiracial community that began in slavery.
Detroit’s Untold Stories of Slavery | The New York Times In “The Dawn of Detroit,” the historian Tiya Miles transports the reader back to the 18th century and brings to life a multiracial community that began in slavery." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Detroit: The Most Exciting City in America? | The New York Times I’ve always found the best way to read a city’s mood is on a bicycle. You move at a speed that allows for a kind of mutual handshake with the urban topography.">Detroit: The Most Exciting City in America? | The New York Times I’ve always found the best way to read a city’s mood is on a bicycle. You move at a speed that allows for a kind of mutual handshake with the urban topography.

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I’ve always found the best way to read a city’s mood is on a bicycle. You move at a speed that allows for a kind of mutual handshake with the urban topography.
Detroit: The Most Exciting City in America? | The New York Times I’ve always found the best way to read a city’s mood is on a bicycle. You move at a speed that allows for a kind of mutual handshake with the urban topography." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Detroit: From Motor City to Housing Incubator | The New York Times The 2008 financial crisis and 2013 city bankruptcy gutted Detroit’s housing market. Now, Detroit is experimenting with unorthodox ways to get people to buy homes and renovate houses that would be vacant otherwise.">Detroit: From Motor City to Housing Incubator | The New York Times The 2008 financial crisis and 2013 city bankruptcy gutted Detroit’s housing market. Now, Detroit is experimenting with unorthodox ways to get people to buy homes and renovate houses that would be vacant otherwise.

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The 2008 financial crisis and 2013 city bankruptcy gutted Detroit’s housing market. Now, Detroit is experimenting with unorthodox ways to get people to buy homes and renovate houses that would be vacant otherwise.
Detroit: From Motor City to Housing Incubator | The New York Times The 2008 financial crisis and 2013 city bankruptcy gutted Detroit’s housing market. Now, Detroit is experimenting with unorthodox ways to get people to buy homes and renovate houses that would be vacant otherwise." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Detroit cultivators changing the urban landscape | Michigan Chronicle Jerry Hebron and her enthusiastic team are flipping the script, erasing despair, and replacing it with a heavy dose of self-determination.">Detroit cultivators changing the urban landscape | Michigan Chronicle Jerry Hebron and her enthusiastic team are flipping the script, erasing despair, and replacing it with a heavy dose of self-determination.

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Jerry Hebron and her enthusiastic team are flipping the script, erasing despair, and replacing it with a heavy dose of self-determination.
Detroit cultivators changing the urban landscape | Michigan Chronicle Jerry Hebron and her enthusiastic team are flipping the script, erasing despair, and replacing it with a heavy dose of self-determination." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Detroit redefined: City hires America’s first official ‘chief storyteller’ | The Guardian Irritated by the relentless focus on ruin porn, or pre-emptive stories about the city’s tech resurgence, Aaron Foley will attempt to offer a more nuanced portrait">Detroit redefined: City hires America’s first official ‘chief storyteller’ | The Guardian Irritated by the relentless focus on ruin porn, or pre-emptive stories about the city’s tech resurgence, Aaron Foley will attempt to offer a more nuanced portrait

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Irritated by the relentless focus on ruin porn, or pre-emptive stories about the city’s tech resurgence, Aaron Foley will attempt to offer a more nuanced portrait.
Detroit redefined: City hires America’s first official ‘chief storyteller’ | The Guardian Irritated by the relentless focus on ruin porn, or pre-emptive stories about the city’s tech resurgence, Aaron Foley will attempt to offer a more nuanced portrait" class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Detroit’s DIY Cure for Urban Blight | Politico Recovering from bankruptcy, the city created the country’s largest land bank to transform a surplus of abandoned properties into livable, tax-paying homes.">Detroit’s DIY Cure for Urban Blight | Politico Recovering from bankruptcy, the city created the country’s largest land bank to transform a surplus of abandoned properties into livable, tax-paying homes.

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Recovering from bankruptcy, the city created the country’s largest land bank to transform a surplus of abandoned properties into livable, tax-paying homes.
Detroit’s DIY Cure for Urban Blight | Politico Recovering from bankruptcy, the city created the country’s largest land bank to transform a surplus of abandoned properties into livable, tax-paying homes." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Don’t Let Detroit’s Revival Rest on an Injustice | The New York Times FIFTY years ago on Sunday the Detroit uprising began. Five days of violence left more than 1,400 buildings burned, more than 7,000 people arrested and 43 people dead — 33 African-Americans and 10 whites. ">Don’t Let Detroit’s Revival Rest on an Injustice | The New York Times FIFTY years ago on Sunday the Detroit uprising began. Five days of violence left more than 1,400 buildings burned, more than 7,000 people arrested and 43 people dead — 33 African-Americans and 10 whites.

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FIFTY years ago on Sunday the Detroit uprising began. Five days of violence left more than 1,400 buildings burned, more than 7,000 people arrested and 43 people dead — 33 African-Americans and 10 whites.
Don’t Let Detroit’s Revival Rest on an Injustice | The New York Times FIFTY years ago on Sunday the Detroit uprising began. Five days of violence left more than 1,400 buildings burned, more than 7,000 people arrested and 43 people dead — 33 African-Americans and 10 whites. " class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More