We speak with historian Jamon Jordan about Detroit, the Rebellion of 1967 and the economic/political conditions that led up to the rebellion. Later Poor News Network explores America’s War on the Poor.   image courtesy of Blac Detroit @copyright Blac Detroit


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Detroit and the Rebellion of 1967

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We speak with historian Jamon Jordan about Detroit, the Rebellion of 1967 and the economic/political conditions that led up to the rebellion.   image courtesy of BLAC Detroit @copyright BLAC Detroit


In cities across the nation, many business owners decided to not conduct business as usual, in response to the national day of action, titled, “A Day Without Immigrants,” a combination boycott/strike aimed at showing how much immigrants contribute to the economy and society. The action is in direct-response to Donald Trump’s immigration agenda, which includes … Continued


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