Bankole Thompson, one of the leading voices on racial and political issues in Detroit, has resigned as senior editor of the Michigan Chronicle.
The Detroit Medical Society claimed it had no idea the house was up for foreclosure and said members invested more than $400,000 into the building.
Newly discovered documents show that Detroiters also scoffed at the tobacco company’s potential competitor to Kool, “Menthol Fat.”
The single peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 in February 1966.
Arthur Jefferson was only 36 when he became general superintendent of Detroit Public Schools.
The former Detroit City councilman resigned in protest of the emergency manager in June.
Farrakhan reiterated his belief that Jews operate the entertainment industry and churn out negative portrayals of black people in an evil plot to control the world.
Minister Farrakhan continued his tirade against “Satanic Jews,” saying they’ve plotted to control the world through trickery and evil.