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Detroit Lives (Conflicts In Urban & Regional)

Mast, Robert

Editore: Temple University Press, 1994
ISBN 10: 156639225X / ISBN 13: 9781566392259
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Titolo: Detroit Lives (Conflicts In Urban & Regional...

Casa editrice: Temple University Press

Data di pubblicazione: 1994

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Riassunto: "Detroit Lives" tells the story of a city fighting for survival. Robert Mast's interviews with numerous Detroit activists and observers depict people from all walks of life who share a common commitment to the rejuvenation of their home. Despite a mass exodus from the city of over 800,000 citizens and more than 70 percent of business and industry over the last 40 years, Detroit's activists continue to organize, to demonstrate, to speak out, and to lend one another support. The compilation of these interviews provides an exchange of ideas between progressives who were and are deeply involved in the multitude of struggles for equality and liberation, from the 1930s through the 1990s. Their stories highlight the contributions and resourcefulness of working class and minorities, the struggles of women, the role of the clergy, the African American experience, and the battle to maintain quality education and social services. Represented is the collective body of Detroit progressives including city and suburban dwellers, writers, lawyers, city officials, professors, union members, clergy, housing and welfare reformers, racial activists, and community organizers. Author note: Robert H. Mast is Coordinator of the Pittsburgh Oral History Project and Adjunct Professor of Sociology at Clarion University in Pennsylvania.

Dall'editore: A story of spirit, growth, and survival in a city that reflects America's urban problems

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