Downtown Detroit Synagogue

Burst water mains have flooded the magnificent but negelected David Stott Building in Downtown Detroit. The basement and ground floor are inundated and have poured out on to frozen streets.
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    Robert Hayden is an interesting choice. I would have thought him nearly forgotten. Nice to see him brought up again and recognized, even so long after his death. He wrote a lot about his childhood here in Detroit too, although from his writings it clearly was not the happiest of upbringings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EastsideAl View Post
    Robert Hayden is an interesting choice. I would have thought him nearly forgotten. Nice to see him brought up again and recognized, even so long after his death. He wrote a lot about his childhood here in Detroit too, although from his writings it clearly was not the happiest of upbringings.
    When I was a student at U-M a visiting Professor in the Black Studies department taught a class entirely on the works of Robert Hayden. One of the libraries on campus had a reading room named after him.

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