Anna Clark is a journalist in Detroit. She is the author of The Poisoned City: Flint's Water and the American Urban Tragedy.
Who Are the Fiction Writers Taking on Poverty and Inequality Today?
Seventy-five years after its first publication date, The Grapes of Wrath is still a staple in most American classrooms. Is that because we haven’t yet written anything that does a better job of portraying the devastation of not having enough?
The Human Element: Remembering the Birth of Instant Replay
How one rebellious 30-year-old defied his bosses, hijacked tons of equipment, and gave football fans instant replay 50 years ago.
The Demolition of Brewster-Douglass and Our Abandonment of the Poor
It's more than just brick-and-mortar buildings that's crumbling in Detroit.