Many of the most important reforms at the root of the city’s water crisis remain undone.
In Michigan, the Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission is getting ready to fix the state’s gerrymandered political map.
“If the pandemic does nothing else, it’s made the general community see how important food service programs in schools are, and how they sustain the city.”
In May, the failure of the Edenville and Sanford dams—resulting from negligence and ineffective regulation—threatened to wash away more than just buildings.
Once “the nerve center” of the jazz scene in Detroit, the venue is now in shambles. But the Detroit Sound Conservancy and neighborhood leaders have plans to change that.
In an era of climate change and corporate extraction, what will it take to manage the Great Lakes?