Category: Injustice

a person sits leaning against a pillar in a public bus station

January 22, 2021

The City of Kalamazoo will spend $250K to renovate the Knights Inn motel into affordable housing.

a woman in a police uniform

January 21, 2021

Kalamazoo city commissioners want more information on the firing of the former public safety chief – and why it was covered up.

a police car parked in front of a tree and some buildings

January 19, 2021

The city commission is set to vote on a budget for the year that fully funds public safety despite calls for change.

a sign asking for information about U.S. Capitol attackers

January 18, 2021

After the U.S. Capitol insurrection on January 6, police forces in Michigan are on alert.

Smoke on the U.S. Capitol steps

January 15, 2021

Professional journalist groups give advice on preparing for and keeping safe during the inauguration next Wednesday.

a black handgun next to red roses

January 13, 2021

In Kalamazoo, gun crimes rose significantly despite despite the state shutdown and the coronavirus pandemic.

Soldiers stand in front of military vehicle in downtown Kalamazoo.

January 12, 2021

During a listening session on Monday, people shared their experiences with Kalamazoo public safety officers during rallies and riots last summer.

A large crowd of people gathered near several men fighting.

January 11, 2021

BLM protests were met with tear gas and rubber bullets, while far-right violence was unhindered. That may sound familiar to Kalamazoo residents.

A Trump 2020 flag hangs over a balcony at the US Capitol

January 8, 2021

Local politicians and officials have universally denounced Trump’s attempted coup on Wednesday.

The front of kalamazoo City Hall at dusk

January 6, 2021

Following months of civil strife, Kalamazoo leaders are committing money to studying the problem of diversity, equity, and inclusion in city government.