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American Muslims Sue for Being Watchlisted Without Due Process

American Muslims Sue for Being Watchlisted Without Due Process

by Julianne Hing on August 15 2014, 1:30PM

The federal government has “unjustly and disproportionately targeted American Muslims,” the complaint reads.

Topics: National Security, /NOW

Michigan Charter Schools: Findings From Year-Long Investigation

Michigan Charter Schools: Findings From Year-Long Investigation

by Carla Murphy on June 25 2014, 1:44PM

The results aren’t that great for Michigan charters

Topics: /NOW, Schools & Youth

Senior Congressman John Conyers' Re-Election in Danger

Senior Congressman John Conyers’ Re-Election in Danger

by Brentin Mock on May 23 2014, 4:05PM

Will John Conyers now needs a massive write-in campaign to continue to rep Detroit.

Topics: Voting Rights, Politics, Politics

Second-Degree Murder and Other Charges for Man Suspected of Killing Renisha McBride

Second-Degree Murder and Other Charges for Man Suspected of Killing Renisha McBride

by Aura Bogado on November 15 2013, 11:18AM

Ted Wafer is not yet in custody.

Topics: Criminal Justice, /NOW

Michigan Police Don Riot Gear and Pepper Spray As Workers Protest Anti-Union Laws

Michigan Police Don Riot Gear and Pepper Spray As Workers Protest Anti-Union Laws

by on December 11 2012, 5:27PM

Pro-union protesters in Lansing today were met by Michigan State Police in riot gear and wielding pepper spray.

Topics: Economy, /NOW

Michigan Poised to Become 24th ‘Right-to-Work’ State

by on December 7 2012, 12:35PM

It’s payback time for Michigan’s Republicans.

Topics: Economy, /NOW

Michigan Students Fight Florida Pastor's Anti-Muslim Attacks

Michigan Students Fight Florida Pastor’s Anti-Muslim Attacks

by Jamilah King on October 10 2012, 9:53AM

They’re fighting hate with love. And winning.

Topics: /NOW

A Case Study in How Kris Kobach's Cabal Aims to Remake Election Law

A Case Study in How Kris Kobach’s Cabal Aims to Remake Election Law

by Brentin Mock on July 5 2012, 10:20AM

The battle unfolding in Michigan this week illustrates how a 15-state consortium of rightwing elections officials—who are willing to say anything to advance the voter fraud meme—plan to dismantle voting rights.

Topics: Voting Rights, Politics

The Auto Bailout Saved Michigan--If You Don't Count Black Workers

The Auto Bailout Saved Michigan—If You Don’t Count Black Workers

by Shani O. Hilton on February 29 2012, 9:43AM

Mitt Romney and President Obama have slugged it out over the Detroit bailout. It’s clear at this point that the bailout revived the auto industry. But thus far, it’s not been enough to heal the most ailing part of Michigan’s economy: black employment.

Topics: Economy, Jobs Crisis

Michigan ICE, Accused of Abuse and Racial Profiling, Clears Itself of Wrongdoing

Michigan ICE, Accused of Abuse and Racial Profiling, Clears Itself of Wrongdoing

by Julianne Hing on August 12 2011, 10:53AM

Immigrant rights advocates continue to press for accountability in an agency they say is corrupt.

Topics: Immigration

Labor Wars: Michigan is the New Wisconsin

Labor Wars: Michigan is the New Wisconsin

by Akiba Solomon on June 29 2011, 10:04AM

GOP-appointed emergency managers have unchecked power over Michigan’s public purse strings. We should all be very afraid.

Topics: Politics

How the Hunt for Bin Laden Made U.S. Muslims and Immigrants Threats

How the Hunt for Bin Laden Made U.S. Muslims and Immigrants Threats

by on May 4 2011, 10:07AM

The massive national security apparatus built in the wake of 9/11 reshaped life at our borders and in our communities.

Topics: National Security, Osama Bin Laden

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder's Financial Martial Law on Poor Cities

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder’s Financial Martial Law on Poor Cities

by Rinku Sen on March 25 2011, 10:11AM

The state’s GOP shows Wisconsin how to truly steal from workers and give to corporate power.

Topics: Detroit Schools, Economy, Movement

Undocumented Workers Exploited in Michigan Oil Clean Up

Undocumented Workers Exploited in Michigan Oil Clean Up

by Jamilah King on August 31 2010, 6:18PM

The Michigan Messenger reports a Texas company had been busing in undocumented workers to work 14 hour days for $800 a week.

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Michigan Football Team Observes Ramadan, Puts NYC to Shame

Michigan Football Team Observes Ramadan, Puts NYC to Shame

by Naima Ramos-Chapman on August 16 2010, 5:45PM

For high schoolers, observing the holy month is about being practical, not overtly political.

Topics: Schools & Youth

Green Jobs Are Getting Outsourced, Too

Green Jobs Are Getting Outsourced, Too

by on August 13 2010, 9:15AM

Another reason why relying only on the private sector to restart the labor market won’t work.

Topics: Economy

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