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From" In 1967, they watched their city erupt. Fifty years on, how has Detroit changed?" by Drew Philip for The Guardian (

Marsha Battle Philpot. "Everybody knew it was a matter of time before it happened in Detroit". Detroit, 2016.

Sitting in her bedroom, just as the cherry trees were beginning to fruit on her block, Music looked outside the window and saw something she would never forget.

A tank driving down the streets of Detroit.

July 31, 2017

From" In 1967, they watched their city erupt. Fifty years on, how has Detroit changed?" by Drew Philip for The Guardian (

Former Detroit police chief Isaiah ‘Ike’ McKinnon in his office. Detroit, 2017.

McKinnon was in his second year on the force when the disturbance in 1967 erupted. One of the approximately 75 black police at the time – in a force that was about 93% white – he was assigned to the precinct at the epicenter. Driving home one night, still in uniform and wearing his badge, he was stopped by two white police officers.

The lead officer approached the car, held a gun to his head and said: “Tonight you’re going to die, nigger.” He began to pull the trigger.

Speeding away in his Ford Mustang convertible, pushing the accelerator with his right hand and steering with the other, McKinnon was shot at as he drove for his life.

Upon filing a complaint with his sergeant, the extent of the investigation was: “Ike, we got some assholes out there.”

“If these guys are behaving this way to me, a fellow law enforcement officer,” McKinnon said, “what are they gonna do to people in the street?”

July 30, 2017

Christmas in July basement show. Detroit, 2017.

Two of the hosts, Kevin and Snot. Detroit, 2017.

July 22, 2017

Bryce Detroit, culture creator, speaks during a co-creation session about why the creative economy matters. The main topic was how to make sure that Detroit is economically cultivating its cultural production after it was recently revealed that Berlin has been making 900 million dollars a year off of techno music, much of which is produced in Detroit. Detroit, 2017.

July 20, 2017

Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe at MOCAD. Detroit, 2017.

July 19, 2017

At the time unnamed, Rascal, licks a pint of something. Detroit, 2017.

July 17, 2017

Cocktails & Conversation with Ingrid LaFleur at Craft Work. Detroit, 2017.

July 11, 2017

Kef Parker, Detroit-based artist, works on a bus stop sculpture. Detroit, 2017.

July 8, 2017

Ffty and Ryan. Detroit, 2017.

July 7, 2017

Notes. This co-creation session at Ingrid LaFleur's campaign headquarters was focused on tax foreclosures. Counting with the help of Jerry Paffendorf, co-founder of Loveland Technologies, the discussion's goal was to answer questions like: Do you know how the tax foreclosure system works? What can we do to keep people in their homes and increase homeownership for Detroit residents? How do we stop predatory investing in our homes? What is city government doing to exacerbate the problem? What can city government do to resolve the issues?. Detroit, 2017.

July 4, 2017

Maina. Detroit, 2017.

July 3, 2017

Gratiot Grill. Detroit, 2017.

July 2, 2017

Chef Alison Heeres, and her team, plating salads for a wedding at the Belle Isle Casino. Detroit, 2017.

July 1, 2017

Neighbourhood fireworks display. Following the annual tradition of fireworks shows around the 4th of July holiday, our neighbour created his 20-30 min show. Detroit, 2017.

June 27, 2017

La Valienta. Chicago, 2017.

June 25,2017

Tommy Wright III, rapper from Memphis, posing for a photo with a fan after his show at El Club. Detroit, 2017

June 15, 2017

June 11, 2017

Lizzo at El Club. Detroit, 2017.

June 8, 2017

From the last discussion in the three-part series of Co-Creations sessions about the cannabis industry hosted by Detroit mayoral candidate Ingrid LaFleur at her campaign headquarters. The conversation was focused on how the city of Detroit should strategically prepare for the growth of the cannabis industry in Michigan. Detroit, 2017.

June 1, 2017

Ingrid LaFleur speaks at her campaign fundraiser at El Club. Detroit, 2017.

Onyx Ashanti and Efe Bes, part of the band Synergistic Mythologies, perform during Ingrid Lafleur's campaign fundraiser at El Club. Detroit, 2017.

May 30, 2017

Thundercat performs on the Red Bull Music Academy Stage as part of Movement Electronic Music Festival. Detroit. 2017.

May 29, 2017

Security guard asks Movement festivalgoers to get down from the top of the pyramid at Hart Plaza. Detroit, 2017.

May 28,2017

Fans during Alton Miller's( Detroit producer) set during the first day of Movement Electronic Music Festival. Detroit, 2017.

May 26, 2017

Juan Atkins, one of the creators of techno music, talks about his work at the Detroit Institute of Music Education(DIME) as part of the Detroit Electronic Music Camp(DEMC), a 2 week comprehensive DJ and electronic music production workshop series hosted by Spin Inc DJ school and The Loft – Dj School(Chile). Detroit, 2017.

May 22, 2017

Adam McQuinn, from Detroit, slings elephant ears during Eastern Market's Flower Day. Detroit, 2017.

Shower Day 2017. Detroit, 2017

May 20, 2017

John "Jammin" Collins, Underground Resistance Dj, gives students a quick tour of the Techno Museum at Submerge Records during a break from one of the Detroit Electronic Music Camp workshops. Detroit, 2017. The workshop, focused on Underground Resistance( UR) history and equalization of big sound systems, and it was led by Mark Flash(UR artist), Michael Fotias( Paxahau) and Collins himself.

May 19, 2017

Kevin Mitchell, left, reacts to a story told by Alexandre Banks, right, about the old Detroit high school parties during Nandi Comer's Techno Poetics workshop as part of first day of the Detroit Electronic Music Camp. Detroit, 2017. The Detroit Electronic Music Camp( DEMC), is a series of free workshops focused on techno and house music hosted by Spin Inc. DJ School in collaboration with The Loft Dj School (Chile) in Detroit, with support from DIME (Detroit Institute of Music Education), Underground Resistance, Native Instruments, Roland, Serato, Pioneer and Ableton they are bringing some of the world's finest DJs and producers together to share their knowledge.

May 18, 2017

Ingrid LaFleur, Detroit mayoral candidate, listens to a question during one of her co-creation sessions at her campaign headquarters. Detroit, 2017. This was the first of a three part series of co-creation sessions, Ingrid was joined by Margeaux Bruner, Market Leader of Metro Detroit Chapter of Women Grow, Joe White of Motor City Chapter of MI Normal and Mitzi Ruddock of Sons of Hemp to discuss the current law status for medical marijuana and the upcoming 2018 ballot initiative for recreational use

May 16, 2017

Malaika, from Mississippi, watching Lee Scratch Perry, legendary Jamaican producer, as he performs at El Club. Detroit, 2017.

May, 14, 2017

Fabricator, Juan Martinez, cuts metal pieces at Ferrous Wolf, a fabrication shop on the east side of Detroit. Detroit, 2017.The pieces will be part of a structure for the Red Bull Music Academy stage, one of the six stages of Movement Festival 2017.

May 12, 2017

Daniel "Gravy" Thomas, from Philadelphia, waits for a drink outside the Airstream bar in El Club's patio. Detroit, 2017.

May 7, 2017

Acid Mothers Temple, Japanese psychedelic rock band, performs at Marble Bar. Detroit, 2017.

May 5, 2017

Little brother, Max( 11), at home. This photo was taken in the moment that he opened the door, my sister didn't told him I was going to visit them for his Spring vacation week. New Bedford, 2017.