The Color of Law : Ernie Goodman, Detroit, and the Struggle for Labor and Civil Rights
"The Color of Law : Ernie Goodman, Detroit, and the Struggle for Labor and Civil Rights" by Steve Babson, Dave Riddle, and David Elsila
In a working life that spanned half a century, Ernie Goodman was one of the nation’s preeminent defense attorneys for workers and the militant poor. His remarkable career put him at the center of the struggle for social justice in the twentieth century, from the sit-down strikes of the 1930s to the Red Scare of the 1950s to the freedom struggles, anti-war demonstrations, and ghetto rebellions of the 1960s and 1970s. The Color of Law: Ernie Goodman, Detroit, and the Struggle for Labor and Civil Rights traces Goodman’s journey through these tumultuous events and highlights the many moments when changing perceptions of social justice clashed with legal precedent.
The Guardian Building: Cathedral of Finance
"The Guardian Building: Cathedral of Finance" by James W. Tottis The years between World War I and the economic collapse of 1929 witnessed Detroit's greatest building boom. Perhaps the most...
The Kwame Sutra: Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick
"The Kwame Sutra: Musings on lust, life and leadership from Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick" Compiled by M. L. Elrick and Jim Schaefer. From Pulitzer Prize-winning reporters M.L. Elrick and Jim...
Rosie, A Detroit Herstory
"The Quotations of Mayor Coleman A. Young" by Bill Mcgraw (editor) This little red book brings together many of the longtime Detroit Mayor?s most unforgettable lines in a format meant to...