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Michigan residents leave for D.C. immigration march

On Wednesday, Apr. 10 dozens of metro Detroiters will be in Washington D.C. for what’s being called a historic national immigration march on the Capital.

Residents from southwest Detroit plan to gather with the expected masses for a rally they hope puts more pressure on Congress to create a pathway to citizenship for millions

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  • Written by The Michigan Chronicle
  • Category: Detroit

Michigan falls to Louisville in NCAA championship game

On Monday night, Apr. 8, the Michigan Wolverines fell to Louisville in a hard fought battle for the NCAA championship title. 

A game that for the most part remained even throughout, the Maize and Blue ultimately could not stop their opponent in the second half.

Trey Burke got into early foul trouble. With the star guard

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  • Written by The Michigan Chronicle
  • Category: Detroit

Rappers we are done with

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Society gives artists a certain amount of lee-way for creative expression. We understand and accept the eccentric behavior, strange metaphors and abnormal clothing. We accept that creative genius does not always fall under the umbrella of “society standards”, but has the ability transform what society considers normal. Wit

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  • Written by The Michigan Chronicle
  • Category: Detroit

Emergency Manager lawsuit dismissed

A lawsuit that seeks to block Gov. Rick Snyder's appointment of Detroit EFM Kevyn Orr has been dismissed.

The grievance filed by Citizens United Against Corrupt Government, alleged that the governor's recruitment and interviewing of emergency manager candidates was unlawful.

Andrew Paterson is a representive for the group

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  • Written by The Michigan Chronicle
  • Category: Detroit