Million Dollars Worth of Nerve: Twenty-One People Who Helped to Power Black Bottom, Paradise Valley and Detroit's East Side by Ken Coleman

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The book tells the story of Paradise Valley, Black Bottom and lower East Side communities; how they came to be; and the forces that caused their demise: systemic racism, desegregation, freeway construction and suburban sprawl. The story is told—in part—through personality profiles of 21 Detroit residents—all of whom are African-American.


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