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BET Experience 2016
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State Rep. John Olumba has made waves for leaving the Democratic Party and becoming an independent.
A number of young African-Americans found their way into the national spotlight in 2013.
While other sections cry for development, Midtown Detroit boasts of a new Whole Foods, art galleries, specialty shops and trendy lofts.
Michigan's governor and Detroit's emergency manager have testified in a bankruptcy hearing and many politicians and activists say the filing was unnecessary.
In the month since Kevyn Orr was appointed to oversee Detroit’s finances, the city seems to be taking a wait-and-see posture on the new fiscal manager.
A longtime strain between officials in Detroit and those in the state capital in Lansing is more tense after the appointment of an emergency manager.
Detroit officials disapprove of the idea of an emergency financial manager being appointed by Michigan's governor.
Detroit is now grappling with how to deal with the huge swaths of abandoned areas within the city.
BET.com explores the deep challenges facing America's Motor City and the people and forces seeking to mend the Detroit's broken image.
Detroit voters go to the polls on Tuesday in a crowded primary to begin the process of electing the next mayor.