“Green space is an equity issue... Part of environmental justice is making sure that everyone has access to the outdoors. It's important for physical health, it's important for mental health, and it's not a luxury—it's a human right.”
In the 1980s, the Flint, Michigan-based Center for New Work proposed a radically different industrial future.
Dispatch from Flint, Michigan: when COVID-19 hits home.
Kelsey Ronan’s 'Chevy in the Hole' reimagines the city some of us never knew.
Stories of Rust Belt workers--their lives, histories, memories, and resistance.
Stories on climate change, industrial legacies, and planning for a just future.
Honoring Black joy and freedom struggles in the Rust Belt.
The Mckenzie Patrice-Croom Water Lab, which opened to the public last year, wants to change the relationship between people and water in Flint.
It’s February in Flint, Michigan and children will / make paper heart valentines."
The strike, which helped guide the UAW to prominence in the twentieth century, provides a blueprint for better working conditions and a revival of the middle class.
Many of the most important reforms at the root of the city’s water crisis remain undone.
A developing list of coronavirus-related efforts in the region.