Mayor Fouts once danced like a monkey in a conference room to imitate black people, his former political consultant said.
Civil rights leaders also are calling on Fouts to resign.
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A bewildered Martin Luther King Jr. spoke at a press conference after the speech, saying he had never faced such hostility at an indoor event
On March 7, 1965, protesters were brutally confronted with dogs, clubs, tear gas and gun shots on the Edmund Pettus Bridge, the historic site of “Bloody Sunday.”
Protesters gathered to mark the anniversary of the 2010 fatal shooting of 7-year-old Aiyana Stanley-Jones, who was killed by a cop in a raid at her family’s east side home.
The Rev. Nicholas Hood Sr., a prominent civil rights leader, minister and long-time Detroit City councilman, died Sunday.
Gov. Snyder was sued for a second time this week, this time for his role in the deterioration of Detroit’s schools.
Those close to King noticed that his normally steady hands were shaking. His forehead glistened in sweat.
More troubling questions are surfacing after Detroit police ignored three commands by a supervisor to stop pursuing a speeding Chevy Camero.