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Politics & Government
The Detroit Journalism Cooperative is an integrated community media network providing insight on the issues facing Detroit. It features two radio stations, an online magazine, five ethnic newspapers, and a public television station-- All working together to tell the story of Detroit.The DJC includes Michigan Radio, Bridge Magazine, Detroit Public Television, WDET, and New Michigan Media. To see all the stories produced for the DJC, visit The Intersection website.Scroll below to see DJC stories from Michigan Radio and other selected stories from our partners.

Detroit Bankruptcy: One Year Later

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Members of the Detroit Journalism Cooperative will present a special event today entitled Detroit Bankruptcy: One Year Later. This free community event will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 9, at Wayne State University’s Community Arts Auditorium in Detroit. Key figures in the bankruptcy case, including Gov. Rick Snyder, Mayor Mike Duggan and now-retired Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes, will answer questions from journalists from the Detroit Journalism Cooperative, with a focus on the state of the city after bankruptcy. More information about the event is here.

You can follow the discussion on social media using #DETNEXT and watch the event live starting at 6 p.m. today.

The Detroit Journalism Cooperative is comprised of five nonprofit media outlets, including Michigan Radio, WDET, Detroit Public Television, Bridge Magazine and New Michigan Media. Support for the DJC comes from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Renaissance Journalism’s Michigan Reporting Initiative and the Ford Foundation.