- It's an annual hockey game between the Detroit Police Department and the Michigan Department of Corrections - all to help one of their own. In April 2017, everything changed for Arin Johnson and his family when his dad Officer Waldis Johnson was shot in the head going to a domestic violence call. The injury was very serious. Last year organizers of the hockey event say they raised $5,000.
- Any Detroiter knows the magic of this new renaissance happening, is most pronounced downtown - and in certain neighborhoods and has started to balloon across the city. The objective is avoiding the dreaded "g-word" - gentrification. Ultimately as rents rise, will some people's fortunes fall. "We can't grow the population of the city without retaining every resident who is here and wants to stay," said Arthur Jemison.
- Figure Skating in Detroit, puts girls ages 6-15 on the ice and empowers them. Their after school program “ICE” is just for Detroiters. The program consists of three elements - "ICE,” which stands for “I Can Excel.” That’s an after school program involving two days of ice skating and two days of tutoring once the school day is over. ICE is for Detroit Residents. "You just feel more happy, it is more fun,” said Nala Sparks-Jones, 13.
I tweet this not b/c what British royal choices should occupy public discourse , but because this kind of unfiltered unadulterated racism is still in our midst and we usually see it via innuendo or in disguise. Knowing what it looks like up close helps identity its masked twin https://twitter.com/msmithsonpb/status/952312752659410945
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