“I remember when they built cars in Flint and you couldn’t drink the water in Mexico” – Flint resident The reality is setting in that
Part 2 in a Series. Read Part 1 Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, struggling to regain public trust after admitting ultimate responsibility for the
As the calls grow for Michigan Governor Rick Snyder’s resignation – last night he was heckled out of a bar in his hometown of Ann Arbor –
The Detroit News ran an editorial this week titled ‘Cooperate for Flint’s Future’, in which the board makes the case that Michigan and the
This fictional story takes place in the not-so-distant future in Donbartville™, Michigan. This thriving downtown core of the failed city of
I’m feeling the Bern. As the grassroots surge continues around Bernie Sanders for President, I’m excited to announce that I’ll
There is no power in the world that can stop the forward march of free men and women when they are joined in the solidarity of human brotherhood.
Last week, my good friend Pastor Ray Anderson of the House of Help Community Center in hard-hit northwest Detroit called me with some bad news:
It’s difficult for me to stomach the news that Facebook is building a ‘Facebookville’ futuristic city in California. Why?
As the ground thaws, a now-familiar scene is beginning to re-enact itself on the streets of Detroit’s poorest neighborhoods. Those despised