Grosse Pointe Park has found plenty of clever ways to block one of its busiest borders with Detroit – erect a large pile of snow, delay work on a water main project and build a farmer’s market in the middle of the road.
“I don’t expect any trouble from other students,” she tells the Michigan Chronicle.
City council refused to protect the building because of false beliefs that the social club was segregated.
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When Emory moved into his modest home in northwest Detroit four years ago, he had no idea the six-foot concrete wall in his backyard was erected to keep people like him out.