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Mildred Gaddis and Bankole Thompson to Moderate Interfaith Detroit Mayoral Debate

Detroit's inter-faith community leaders are staking a claim in the political process that will define the next leadership of Detroit, by sponsoring a mayoral debate June 4, 6pm at Galilee Missionary Baptist Church on 5251 East Outer Drive in Detroit.

The debate will feature candidates running for mayor of Detroit including

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Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix revved up Detroit

 

New general manager, Charles Burns, III had a stellar weekend as the Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix returned to the Motor City over the weekend with three days of world-class auto racing, live music, interactive games and displays all on beautiful Belle Isle Park. The fastest weekend of the summer features cars from

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Recovery? Not for the common people

 

Without vision, the Bible teaches, the people perish. And in Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, Newark and cities across the country, the people are perishing.

Each week in Chicago, we witness more pain. Teachers are laid off and schools are closed. Transit workers are terminated and bus service is cut. Families lose their homes, and

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Hypocrisy in the Michigan Aristocracy

Detroit’s Emergency Manager Kevin Orr was doing all right until he obviously, to some, “stepped
outta line.” Talking about a Pandora’s Box being opened, here is one. If ever there was a case of
political hypocrisy and blatant demagoguery, it is in the State of Michigan by those who originally
cheered for and

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Age limit for rapping?

When rap music first emerged in the fall of 1979 by way of a catchy song titled “Rapper’s Delight” by a trio from Harlem called the Sugarhill Gang, it was assumed by just about everyone that this was a novelty song.
The public had never heard anyone “rappin’ to the beat.”
The song, featuring Michael “Wonder Mike” Wright, G

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