Today, May 14, 2013, any and everyone who feel that they want to lead Detroit forward will declare themselves.
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The mayor, through the power of incumbency, could be the dark horse who overcame the odds.
Duggan has the most experience in problem solving. But he has to overcome the outsider label.
Unlike four years ago when the media appeared to show themselves to be either blind, deaf or a combination of both, it would be a major travesty to ignore the recordings that were played Thursday in the federal corruption trial of former mayor Kwame Kilpatrick. The fact that the name Mike Duggan surfaced in the … Continue Reading →
The words black and white are usually adjectives, not nouns, but people use them all the time to describe people of African and European descent. The first time I saw a person that was white in skin tone was during the draft of the ’60s. I was placed in a large room where young men … Continue Reading →
I read an online article posted by Fox 2 concerning the likelihood of a person that was not black running for the office of mayor of the city of Detroit. My first thought is my, how Detroit has changed. No one would have posted that article in 1993. There were many people on all sides … Continue Reading →