nyt: "Demonstrations also played out across the country, including in Atlanta; Los Angeles; New York; Oakland, Calif.; and Philadelphia."
No reports in the paper of demonstrations in Detroit. The freep reported 15 people at the Levin courthouse, then had to go to Ann Arbor to find a gathering of 40 students.
Why is Detroit not front & center on this?
What can Detroit do to prevent a future incident like this?
Is DPD any longer viewed as an occupying force by the residents, as it was in '67? If not, what did Detroit do to bring police and residents together and onto the same side.
Or is the next Malice Green just around the corner wherein protesters see prosecution of individual police officers as the resolution for feelings of social injustice?