What the Kids Are Saying About 1967
What happened in July 1967 in Detroit from the perspective of kids, then and now.
19 Jul 2017
House, Techno, Raves and Voguing
How electronic dance music provides space for the LGBT community and others seeking a safe place to express themselves.
9 Aug 2017
What Happens When a Father is Deported?
A mother and daughter from Detroit discuss how the deportation of their family's patriarch still affects them almost 15 years later.
11 Jul 2018
"I Work Like a Woman"
Detroiter Carlena Murdy tells her daughter Holly Gist-Richer about being one of the first machine repairwomen at a Detroit auto-parts factory in the 1970s.
27 Jun 2018
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Not Ready to Die
Detroiter Roy Sims was diagnosed with a serious heart condition that doctors told him would be his demise. “It got to the point where I was placed under hospice care. That itself is quite difficult, because the idea there is to accept death, your imminent death.” recalls Sims.
4 Jul 2018
"The city is like one big house"
One new Detroiter tells of the dramatic welcome gift she received from a woman in her 90s, now her "best friend" here.
23 Aug 2017
A Tale of Two Paper's Opinions
Two Detroit editorial page editors tell each other how their backgrounds influenced their opposing opinions.
16 Aug 2017
These two people held hands before they ever exchanged words.
2 Aug 2017
"It seems like fewer of us make it now."
A Detroiter who lived not far from 12th and Clairmount in 1967 recalls fire, bullet holes and giving pop to soldiers.
26 Jul 2017
Poetry and Parenting
An intimate look at renowned poet jessica Care moore's relationship with her son, King.
12 Jul 2017