Riverwise Magazine & Detroit is Different 2021 Candidate Interview Series for Mayor of the City of Detroit. Khary Frazier interviews Curtis Greene.
Kiawana Brown Candidate for Mayor of Detroit
Riverwise Magazine & Detroit is Different 2021 Candidate Interview Series for Mayor of the City of Detroit. Khary Frazier interviews Kiawana Brown.
Anthony Adams Candidate for Mayor of Detroit
Riverwise Magazine & Detroit is Different 2021 Candidate Interview Series for Mayor of the City of Detroit. Khary Frazier interviews Anthony Adams.
Stop Line 3 Treaty People Gathering in northern Minnesota
Our Michigan contingent arrived at the Treaty People Gathering in northern Minnesota on Saturday June 5th. We were part of the multi-faith delegation organized by Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light, GreenFaith, and others. In the […]
Detroit Youth: Perceptions of the Police
One year after the death of George Floyd, who was brutally killed by a police officer, we are airing this multifaceted social justice program in partnership with the Detroit Coalition for Police Transparency and Accountability […]
protect the great lakes evict Enbridge
We arrived late in the evening on the 12th of May in Mackinaw City. Events to shut down line 5 were already underway. We had driven from the Marathon oil refinery in Detroit after holding […]
Journey to El Paso in These Times
It came out of the blue, this pull to volunteer at the U.S./Mexico border and see for myself. I had no experience with immigration or Latin America, and spoke only limited Spanish. My work has […]
Yemini Liberation movement
April 17th marked a National Day of Solidarity to uplift the 20th day of a hunger strike led by Dearborn/Detroit grassroots organization, Yemeni Liberation Movement. Our comrades in D.C.(Iman Saleh and Muna Saleh) have been […]
March for Black Women: Breathing together
Notes From the Movement March for Black Women: Breathing together by Monica Isaac On September 23rd, a grand jury indicted a former Louisville police officer for wanton endangerment during a raid on Breonna Taylor’s home […]
Weekly Liberation by Monica Isaac The ongoing Movement for Black Lives has shown itself to be active in several ways beyond direct action. One of those ways has been the need for accessible and community […]
Occupation is a Crime, From Detroit to Palestine
Posted on August 31, 2020 Photo by Adam J Dewey Occupation is a Crime, From Detroit to Palestine by Monica Isaac (editor’s note: Daily marches and rallies led by Detroit Will Breathe have been sustained […]
Sustained Protests: The Beginnings Of System Change
Posted on July 28, 2020 Photo by Keviyan Richardson The daily protest demonstrations against police brutality in Detroit have been relatively peaceful. Yet, until yesterday, police response has been extremely antagonistic. Nearly 150 protesters were […]
Legal Battle Ends, Abolition Work Continues
Posted on July 23, 2020 Siwatu Salama-Ra Spring/Summer 2020 Update Legal Battle Ends, Abolition Work Continues Due to the changes we’ve had to make in our schedule and the print issue, Riverwise is only now […]