Outraged over what they say are unfair and poor working conditions, employees at Detroit’s John Dingell VA Medical Center are rallying for change.
Karri Mitchell told reporters at a news conference that he viewed Terrance Kellom’s body at a funeral home.
Southwest Detroiters Demand Marathon Oil Buy Their Homes: ‘Our Kids Can’t Live In This Kind Of Mess’
A small, but vocal, group of southwest Detroit homeowners is demanding that Marathon buy them out of the neighborhood.
Terrance Kellom’s death comes amid a national debate over police conduct, particularly toward black men.
Detroiters Protest Man’s Fatal Shooting By ICE Agent: ‘We’re Not Gonna Burn Down Anything…We’re Not Savages’
A loud crowd of protesters gathered in Detroit, one day after a federal agent shot and killed an alleged fugitive in a west side home.
State workers plan to protest outside a Detroit-area social services office that closed last year because of water issues and hasn’t reopened.
A screening of the Iraq War movie “American Sniper” at Eastern Michigan University that was disrupted by protesters has been rescheduled.
Eight people were arrested at a protest that disrupted a University of Michigan Board of Regents meeting.
“Their slogan is ‘I’m Loving It.’ We’re not loving $9 … $8 an hour. We’re loving $15 and a union.”
Dozens of low-wage workers gathered at a Detroit McDonald’s on 8 Mile Road to push for higher pay.