Today on Stateside, how the Detroit Free Press owners unveiled a new online look for the paper and outraged its customers. Then, what history teaches us about the tension between Detroit's white police force and its African American citizens.
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- Free Press’ new logo rollout reveals Virginia-based owners out of touch with loyal readership
Order Up: Sometimes diner conversations get so heated, you need a 'safe word'
Black entrepreneur built internationally successful company amid Civil Rights era challenges
How Game of Thrones captures an international audience without the help of the Internet
How racist roots of Detroit police department spawned 1967 rebellion