‘I think is just inhumane’: Resident responds to Detroit Stellantis plant investigation into foul odor taking 90-days to complete
Residents living near the Stellantis Mack Assembly Plant in Detroit have been complaining about a foul smell. Now the company plans to hire an outside firm to investigate the cause, but it could take 90 days to complete the investigation.
DTE, other agencies investigate apparent underground explosion in southwest Detroit
“It felt like an explosion or earthquake honestly. The doors in the building were shifting. We were trying to fix them and then we noticed that it was actually a foundation issue. Cracks were appearing inside as well as outside."
U-M hosting virtual conversation about roles cultural institutions can play in environmental justice
FIL - In this March 21, 2016, file photo the Flint Water Plant water tower is seen in Flint, Mich. Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer says a proposed $600 million deal between the state of Michigan and Flint residents harmed by lead-tainted water is a step toward making amends. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio, File)ANN ARBOR – The University of Michigan Museum of Natural History and Shapiro Undergraduate Library are hosting a virtual community conversation this month about the role museums, libraries and more can play in supporting environmental justice. The cultural institutions are looking for feedback and insight from people across Southeast Michigan -- a region that has experienced firsthand environmental injustice, from air quality issues in Detroit to the Flint water crisis. Email your original art, poetry, photos, and videos about environmental justice work in libraries and museums to firstname.lastname@example.orgLeave us a 60-second voicemail at 313-757-1872.
Marianne Williamson stays in presidential race after firing her entire 2020 campaign staff
Democratic presidential candidate, author Marianne Williamson addresses the audience at the Environmental Justice Presidential Candidate Forum at South Carolina State University on November 8, 2019 in Orangeburg, South Carolina. Self-help guru Marianne Williamson has laid off her entire presidential campaign staff, but she is staying in the race. WMUR reported that the Williamson campaign which at its height boasted 45 staff members in four states has had no staffers since Tuesday. But as of today, we cannot afford a traditional campaign staff," she said. The layoffs at the Williamson campaign came just hours after former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro announced that he would end his White House bid.cnbc.com