Detroit’s Diaspora

Yes, it’s about racism. Cars. And Motown.

Detroit Skyline. Photo Credit-William Dugan, Unsplash.

A few years ago, when the international airline for whom I was working announced that they would begin service to Detroit, I was appointed as the taskmaster for this new market. In all my years of traveling, including 47 of the 50 states, I had never been to Detroit. As the birthplace of my idol, Diana Ross, and a huge Motown fan, I was excited to see what it would feel like. But I…

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Arthur Keith

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I’m niche-less! I focus on about a dozen subjects, so surely you’ll find something you like. My goal is to inform, educate, and hopefully entertain you.

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