Detroit

[ad_1] Can Detroit Return its Brownfields to the Indigenous Sacred Sites They Once Were? was originally published on yesmagazine.org. Ask a current Detroiter what stands at the junction of the Detroit and Rouge Rivers in the Delray neighborhood, and they may tell you about Zug Island: blast furnaces, mounds of coal, and gated-off trestle bridges guarded
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