Former Detroit Mayor Kilpatrick To Lead Memphis Justice Reform Nonprofit
Kilpatrick was named the executive director of Taking Action for Good.
Detroit Audubon Society Latest To Change Name After Namesake’s Racist Past Surfaces
John James Audubon was an enslaver and White supremacist, says the national organization that is keeping his name.
Retired Detroit Police Chief Announces Run For U.S. Senate – As A Republican
James Craig, who ran the DPD for eight years, has reached out to Trump campaign officials about his Senate bid.
Black Detroiters Driving Increase In Mortgage Applications In The City, Though Black Flight Continues
New mortgage applications signify a turnaround, the city has still lost significant Black population and must work to grow it back, a report says.
Census Shows Memphis Is Largest Majority-Black City, Replacing Detroit
The Motor City questions the data’s accuracy as its population continues to plunge.
Detroit Free Press Appoints Nicole Avery Nichols As First Black Woman Top Editor
Nicole Avery Nichols’ appointment is the latest in three decades of accomplishment in the news industry.
7 Places Where Reparations Task Forces Are Moving The Issue Forward
Several municipalities are addressing the legacy of slavery with reparations and are taking a variety of approaches.
3 Bodies Discovered Are Likely Missing Michigan Rappers, Friend
The three men went missing after their performance at a Detroit nightclub was canceled.
Judge Denies Ex-Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick's Request To End Supervised Release
The former mayor, convicted on corruption charges, still tries to live a lavish lifestyle while owing restitution, the judge says.