The banner was posted on a dilapidated building with vacant storefronts, boarded-up windows and graffiti.
These days, few people remember the bloody battles that the UAW fought to receive recognition.
The crumbling Packard Plant is featured on a billboard aimed at fighting UAW efforts.
Rev. Nicholas Hood, Sr., pastor of Plymouth United Church of Christ Detroit, is appointed to the Commission on Community Relations.
Duggan and Napoleon depended on the suburbs for most of their money, and each has a little more than $90,000 left in campaign cash.
By Steve Neavling The message from Nelson Mandela, delivered 22 years ago today during a sold-out rally in Tiger Stadium, remains just as strong today. “Your solidarity has given us enormous strength and courage,” the South African liberation leader told Detroiters. “We will not forget you.” On June 28, 1990, Mandela met with then-Mayor Coleman […]