Next Chapter Detroit is a place to explore and understand the city’s bankruptcy, its impact on people and neighborhoods and its long-term implications. Powered by coverage and conversations from the media outlets of the Detroit Journalism Cooperative, Next Chapter Detroit provides fact-based reporting from trusted sources and opportunities for citizen engagement.

Funding for Next Chapter Detroit is made possible by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Renaissance Journalism’s Michigan Reporting Initiative and the Ford Foundation.

Recent Posts

  • The Live6 Alliance: Revitalizing The Livernois-McNichols Corridor

    As part of WDET’s “Detroit Bankruptcy: One Year Later” series, we take a look at a new economic development...

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  • A Detroit Transit Discussion: What is Working?

    Since the end of Detroit’s bankruptcy, DDOT has bought new buses, made plans to expand service next year.

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  • Detroit’s Blight Problem…and Solutions

    Detroit’s Land Bank aiming at neighborhood blight clean up, home stabilization.

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  • The Grand Bargain’s Architect: Judge Gerald Rosen

    Chief Mediator: Without many city assets, Detroit bankruptcy resolution relied on creative regional cooperation.

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  • Reviewing the Grand Bargain: Saving Artwork and Funding Pensions in Detroit’s Bankruptcy

    Detroit’s “grand bargain” cost political capital in Lansing, former lawmaker says.

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