Category: Justice

ACLU of Michigan Planning Conference

The ACLU of Michigan, where I worked as an intern in 2001, is planning their first-ever statewide conference in Lansing next April. They held a couple highly successful student conferences, and I attended one, so I was excited to hear the news: The ACLU of Michigan and friends are planning our first statewide conference for […]

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Eugene Kang Loses Primary

According to Eugene’s campaign and the Washtenaw County website, Eugene Kang has lost his primary for Ann Arbor’s Ward 2 city council seat against former Republican candidate for mayor Stephen Rapundalo with a vote of 480 to 575. Eugene earned 45.5% of the vote to Mr. Rapundalo’s 54.5%. According to the canvass report, Eugene carried […]

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Ann Arbor Ward 2 Voters: Vote For Eugene Kang!

U-M undergrad and candidate for City Council in Ward 2 (contains the Hill Dorms and Northeast Ann Arbor) Eugene Kang’s primary election is today. If you are a registered Ward 2 voter, go vote for Eugene! > See Eugene’s official website > See results as they are reported Some campaign lit I had posted earlier […]

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Preserving Detroit

Detroit Free Press architecture writer John Gallagher discusses in a column today what should happen in Detroit to better preserve the city’s architecture. He writes: “Preservation seems more like a secondary option in Detroit, to be abandoned if a developer prefers tearing something down and starting anew. That’s not making use of our best assets,? […]

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More Ann Arbor Missed Connections

I’m not convinced most of the “missed connections? on the Ann Arbor craigslist are actually real. But they sure make for fun reading. Check out this recent one: You: pipe smoking boy in an “I rate A² too? t-shirt, reading an Urban Planning(?) text book in Liberty Plaza yesterday lunchtime. I think you were listening […]

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