Tag: Detroit

BY
November 11, 2013

Rachel Button sent us this poem marking the parades that often go unacknowledged on Veterans Day.

BY
December 16, 2012

By turning away from wanting things to valuing people, we can celebrate the holiday season through the eyes of a “beloved community” and ask what kind of community we can create together.

Sylvia Boorstein expresses her point during a live event in suburban Detroit.
BY
April 2, 2012

If we were not so single-minded about keeping our lives moving, and for once could do nothing, perhaps the huge…

BY
February 2, 2012

“It ain’t clean. And, it ain’t easy. And it ain’t a lot of things, but it’s so many things at…

BY
January 26, 2012

Kids play at the Campus Martius Fountain in Detroit. (photo: Maia C./Flickr, cc by-nc-nd 2.0) After listening to this week’s…

BY
January 25, 2012

Grace Lee Boggs speaks at Hull-House in Chicago. (photo: David Schalliol) This past summer, I drove to Chicago with Grace…

BY
January 23, 2012

“One of the things I learned from my father is that a crisis is both a danger and an opportunity….

BY
January 17, 2012

One of the stars in the constellation of Grace Lee Boggs’ world of change is hip-hop artist Invincible, whom the…

BY
January 14, 2012

A few days before the holiday break, we flew to the Motor City for an interview with Grace Lee Boggs…