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8/25/16: Downtown Perceptions Survey / State Economies / School Border Divide

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Downtown Detroit Partnership CEO Eric Larson joins Stephen and Nolan in the studio to talk about the DDP's new Perceptions Survey on how metro Detroiters feel about downtown Detroit.

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8/18/16: Michigan School Reform Office / Flint Water Crisis / Woodward Dream Cruise

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The state's School Reform Office is putting chronically low-performing schools on notice that they are at risk of shutting down by next summer if they don't improve.

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Trump and Clinton in Michigan

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The MiWeek team tackles a number of topics about Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, including the significance of both candidates making speeches in our state.

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Regional Transit Plan Rejection Brings Back Recent Memories

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Goodwill toward Detroit seemed to be at all time high. Media outlets around the world clamor for Detroit content. Mike Duggan was one of very few mayors invited to speak at the Democratic National Convention. Prodigal former Detroiters like MSNBC’s Ron Fournier are moving back to help write the comeback story.

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Detroit Journalism Cooperative focuses on solutions-based storytelling

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The setup couldn’t have been more telling. Reporters from the Detroit Journalism Cooperative (DJC) were lined up on one side of the room. Twenty feet away, Ford Foundation grantees representing citizen advocates, community organizers, and civic leaders from neighborhoods across Detroit, gazed back.

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DJC: The Intersection - Chapter three: Poverty

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In chapter 3, the Detroit Journalism Cooperative takes an in-depth look at poverty in Detroit as a microcosm of impoverishment plaguing America. This is a multi-platform view highlighting alternative and multicultural viewpoints that affect more than 46 million Americans. Included in this chapter is a detailed look at the history of poverty in Detroit, the daily obstacles, race and more...

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From Stephen Henderson, Editorial Page Editor of The Detroit Free Press

Teaching, learning, growth and friendship

The best teachers don't just help us learn. They guide us through transformation, and awakening.

Michigan moves slowly to fix shoddy indigent defense

There’s a lot to unpack around the incompetence that sent Davontae Sanford to jail for a murder he didn’t commit.

From Nolan Finley, Editorial Page Editor of The Detroit News

Chicago stands up for campus freedom

The University of Chicago’s statement on free speech ought to be widely adopted

Labor Voices: Economic justice linked to racial justice

SEIU is not afraid to discuss this situation or take a stand on it

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