“I almost didn't even have time to be upset about it being vandalized because the community response was so immediate and positive,” said muralist Isiah Lattimore.
While President Trump suggests chokeholds “sounds so innocent,” Michigan’s governor is taking action to ban the often deadly practice in local law enforcement agencies.
One Michigan Republican crossed party lines to vote for the police reform bill, but said it wouldn't and shouldn't be law.
From Michigan Neo-Nazi holdouts to tiny farming towns, the protest movement against police brutality and racial injustice may just dismantle Trump’s voting blocs ahead of the presidential election.
In a year of unprecedented crises, President Trump's message isn't resonating with what Michiganders care about most.
Gov. George Romney and his son Sen. Mitt Romney both marched for civil rights, both in resistance of leaders of their political party.
After seven nights of protests and dozens of arrests, protesters’ slow march across Detroit’s MacArthur Bridge served as a moment of striking symbolism.