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Potstirrer Podcast

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Where politics, religion and history collide - and it's not always polite! Political opinion podcast hosted by former political science instructor and current political observer Jaye Pool. Left-leaning yet not perfectly bound by ideology. Historical context with a dose of progressive Christianity … read more

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26 - Detroit/America Part II: The Fifth Quarter

In the concluding episode of a two-part series, Jaye continues her discussion on the decline of the United States within the framework of her hometown, Detroit, Michigan. She discusses the conditions in Detroit prior to the 1967 Detroit riots that led to the riots and the decline of the city, including workplace discrimination, housing segregation, the destruction of tight-knit black communities by urban renewal, racial strife between white and black Detroiters, and tensions between police and the community. As Detroit is making its comeback, what lessons can Americans learn from Detroit that will help the US survive its "fifth quarter?"

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Citations:

Anderson, Elisha. 2017. "25 Years Ago, Malice Green Became the Face of Police Brutality in Detroit." Detroit Free Press. November 3. https://detroithistorical.org/learn/encyclopedia-of-detroit/eight-mile-road (April 22, 2018)

"Coleman A. Young, 79, Mayor of Detroit and Political Symbol for Blacks, is Dead." 1997. The New York Times. November 30. https://www.nytimes.com/1997/11/30/us/coleman-a-young-79-mayor-of-detroit-and-political-symbol-for-blacks-is-dead.html (April 22, 2018)

"CuriosID: How a 1900s Black Detroit Community was Razed for a Freeway." 2015. WDET. October 19. https://wdet.org/posts/2015/10/19/81771-curiosid-how-a-1900s-black-detroit-community-was-razed-for-a-freeway/ (April 22, 2018)

"Deadly Force." WXYZ-TV Detroit. Aired November 6, 2018. https://youtu.be/7HMYEgrv-ho (April 22, 2018)

Dumke, Mick. 2018."Chicago's Gang Database is Full of Errors - And Records We Have Prove It." ProPublica. April 19. https://www.propublica.org/article/politic-il-insider-chicago-gang-database (April 22, 2018)

Dumke, Mick. 2018. "Chicago's Gang Database Isn't Just About Gangs." ProPublica. April 20. https://www.propublica.org/article/chicago-gang-database-is-not-just-about-gangs (April 22, 2018)

"Encyclopedia of Detroit: Eight Mile Road." Detroit Historical Society. https://detroithistorical.org/learn/encyclopedia-of-detroit/eight-mile-road (April 22, 2018)

"Encyclopedia of Detroit: Paradise Valley." Detroit Historical Society. https://detroithistorical.org/learn/encyclopedia-of-detroit/paradise-valley (April 22, 2018)

Gallagher, John. 2018. "Amazon to Detroit: You Didn't Have Enough Talent to Get HQ2." January 18. https://www.freep.com/story/money/business/john-gallagher/2018/01/18/detroit-amazon-headquarters-finalists/1043624001/ (April 22, 2018)

"History of Housing Discrimination Against African Americans in Detroit." National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). http://www.naacpldf.org/files/our-work/Detroit%20Housing%20Discrimination.pdf (April 22, 2018)

Konerman, Alyssa. 2017. "25,737 People Lived in Kenyon-Barr When the City Razed it To the Ground." Cincinnati Magazine. February. http://www.cincinnatimagazine.com/citywiseblog/lost-city-kenyon-barr-queensgate/#disqus_thread (April 22, 2018)

Patterson, Kai. 2016. "Remembering Black Bottom and Paradise Valley." The Mirror News (Henry Ford College). February 22. https://mirrornews.hfcc.edu/news/2016/02-22/remembering-black-bottom-and-paradise-valley#12T08 (April 22, 2018)

Swartsell, Nick. 2017. "Echoes of a Lost West End." CityBeat. November 6. https://www.citybeat.com/news/article/20981774/echoes-of-a-lost-west-end (April 22, 2018)

Sugrue, Thomas J. 2005 [1996]. The Origins of the Urban Crisis: Race and Inequality in Postwar Detroit. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

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