Roundtable: Can Detroit Bounce Back?

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As the median home price in Detroit falls to $7,500, what does the future look like for the Motor City?

Plus, Ebony and Jet magazines struggle to stay afloat. Will black America let them fail?

Tony Cox moderates our bloggers' roundtable with K. Tempest Bradford of The Angry Black Woman; Eric Brown of the Detroit News; and Kimberly Coleman of Sista Girl Speaks Up.



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