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Stephen Boyle
Activist, Photographer and Technologist working in communities.
Activist, Photographer and Technologist working in communities.
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Yes the time is now. Gather with community face to face. We have to work on respect and trust, then strategy and tactics.
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#CultureOfCivility Detroit style means deeper conversations. We aren't done with unrest, it's continuing.
Civility Detroit Style
Civility Detroit Style
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Loved reading an accurate piece of journalism.
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Contributed to this episode of MIWEEK on fugitive dust / petcoke in Detroit and the surrounding communities that NEED to follow Detroit with their fugitive dust ordinances.
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Memories of December 2014.
December 2014
December 2014
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#DDOTbus service changes coming January 2018.
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Michigan State Police chose to use force by tasering a 15 year old that may or may not have realized that riding an ATV on the street is illegal in Detroit.

Two wrongs are not making this right - BOTH are WRONG.
- Choosing to taser a person actively navigating an ATV is a setup for a crash. The MSP officer is suspended WITH PAY at this time. Two investigations are ongoing - within MSP and DPD. DPD has requested NO CHASES through residential streets. This officer has prior suspensions for failure to follow the law.
- There are far too many grown people and peers that are outside the law riding vehicles that aren't street safe. In my neighborhood it is a daily observation. There are no neighborhood officers issuing warnings, and I haven't seen community groups holding discussions. Then there's the question of would those that are riding come to a discussion? Can those that set examples for our youth see that their actions lead to irresponsible actions of our youth?
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