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April 26, 2017 Don Norman settles into his chair, and pulls his blanket up to his chest. On the TV, Dick Van van cleef and arpels pendant replica Dyke is about to solve a murder. The room is warm, shades drawn. It's a good old house. A bit of plaster is coming off the ceiling in the corner, but the house is neat. Every shelf is filled with pictures of family. Don's been here 40 years, he says. Ever since he and his wife got pushed out of their last home, when the hospital near them alhambra pendant replica started an expansion and bulldozed their old block.

Pushed Out: A documentary on housing in Grand Rapids

March 28, 2017 With award winning restaurants and lofts going for half a million dollars , Detroit's midtown and downtown areas are hot right now. But the view fake vintage alhambra pendant price is different out in the neighborhoods. For this week's State of Opportunity radio story, we're hanging out in the Osborn neighborhood on Detroit's east side, one of the poorest parts of the city, to see what's on the mind of residents there. This is one of those stories you'll want to listen to, not just read. Below are excerpts from some of the people we spoke to at Matrix Human Service 's annual neighborhood breakfast. On the breakfast "I'm coming here to enjoy the breakfast and get a little praying in, you know, we all need prayer, so I can come right here and get it all: a full stomach and a full heart, it's a double whammy, baby." Johnny Brannon, Osborn resident On the need I mean just the top of my brain right now, really around just more housing, quality housing around rehab because of the mortgage crisis, a lot of homes were left

Annual community breakfast in Detroit's Osborn neighborhood offers hopeful view

March 22, 2017 Thousands of young immigrants in Michigan today are living in a state of limbo. During the presidential campaign, Donald Trump vowed to end the Obama administration's deferred action program that allowed these young immigrants to go to school, and work, without fear of deportation. Now, two months into his Presidency, the Trump White House hasn't announced its plans for the program, though the president now says he will deal with the issue "with heart." But for many young immigrants, the fear remains.

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