As cities and states grapple with the spread of coronavirus, activists remind government why water is a human right and not a commodity.
The story of the city’s revival will be a mythical fable if it is not grounded in uplifting long-term Detroiters and their neighborhoods, in addition to the newcomers the city is attracting.
A new report uses photography and interviews to raise the profile of 20 Black, Latina, Arab, and Asian women who should have a greater say in the city’s revitalization.
The Voice and Vision of Women of Color on Detroit’s Future.
Thank you for helping us spread the word about the new IPS report “I Dream Detroit: The Voice and Vision of Women of Color on Detroit’s Future.”
Now is the time to speak out. From affordable housing to child care, we want to hear your thoughts on how to make Detroit better for all of us.
IPS’ new project explores how the economic security of women and families should influence Detroit’s economic development plans
An innovative new program helps low-income families become homeowners while engaging in social change.
Many coastal regions must start bracing for frequent floods as key freshwater sources are drying up elsewhere.
One of the crudest arms of his vast and secretive political network is called Americans for Prosperity.
It’s not only cruel but stupid to let a noble city like Detroit simply fade away.
How can we bring back good jobs and sound infrastructure back to the former Motor City?