Detroit was the Model City in 1967. Model in housing, economy and integration. At least that is what the world thought. However, long-time problems festered. Melba Joyce Boyd was an African-American teenager in the city, fresh out of high school on her way to college....

From left to right: Congressman John Conyers, PNC Vice President and Client & Community Relations Director Gina Coleman, Brothers Always Together President Lamond Causey, Mayor Mike Duggan, Police Chief James Craig, Project Director of Detroit 67 Marlowe Stoudamire, Detroit Historical Society President Bob Bury, Councilwoman...

Corporate and philanthropic leaders gathered at a Detroit Economic Club luncheon this week as part of the comprehensive Detroit Historical Society project, Detroit 67:Looking Back to MOVE Forward. A panel featuring W.K. Kellogg Foundation president and CEO La June Montgomery Tabron, PWC President Tim Ryan...