Relearning Detroit

Jack LB Gohn

Until I saw Dominique Morrisseau’s 2013 play “Detroit ’67” and Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal’s new movie “Detroit,” my understanding of the 1967 disturbance in the city was fragmentary, based on knowing a bit but not understanding the essentials of ...

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Editorial Advisory Board: Trust the people


Early in discussions about the proposed one-year mandatory minimum prison term for anyone carrying a handgun illegally in Baltimore city, Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke made this telling observation: “I’m concerned about people, for example, who are carrying illegal guns to protect ...

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