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Selected Detroit and Urban Issue/Urban Policy Resources  


ACCESS (Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services):

ACLU of Michigan:

The America We Need,  an editorial project on economic inequality from the New York Times:

Arab American National Museum:

Black Bottom Archives: Black Bottom Archives

Boggs Center:


Brookings Institute, Cities and Regions:

Brookings Institute, Metropolitan Policy Program:


Burton Historical Collection, Detroit Public Library:


Busted: America’s Poverty Myths, radio series from WNYC and NPR’s On the Media:


Center for Detroit Arts & Culture @ Marygrove:

Data Driven Detroit:

Deadline Detroit:

Democracy Now! Detroit coverage:

Detroit 67:

Detroit Collaborative Design Center:


Detroit Eviction Defense:


Detroit Historical Society:


Detroit Institute of Arts:


Detroit People’s Platform:


Detroit Public Library:


Detroit Public Radio, WDET:, WRCJ:

Detroit Public Television:

Detroit Resists:


Detroit Sound Conservancy:


Detroit Transit History: DETROIT TRANSIT Home Page

Digital Arts Film & Television (DAFT):

Economic Policy Institute:

Essay'd: Detroit Arts + Detroit Artists:

Everyone Counts Census Coalition, Detroit:

Fabulous Ruins of Detroit at DetroitYES:

Field of Schemes:

Global Detroit: Home - Global Detroit (

Good Jobs First:

Historic Detroit:

InsideOut Literary Arts:

La Sed: Latin Americans for Social and Economic Development:

Live6 Detroit:

The Lost Homes of Detroit, radio podcast from Reveal, at the Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX:

Michigan Coalition for Human Rights (MCHR):

Michigan Radio:

MOCAD, Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit:

Next City:


People's Water Board:

The PuLSE Institute:

Robert Reich: Widening Inequalities of Place:

Walter P. Reuther Library, Wayne State University:

The Scarlet E: Unmasking America’s Eviction Crisis, radio series from WNYC and NPR’s On the Media:


Transportation Riders United: Home - Transportation Riders United (

The Tuxedo Project:

United Community Housing Coalition:

Urban Institute:

Virtual Motor City:

The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History: https://www.thewright.

Selected by Frank Rashid:

March 2020

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