Crossing the Lines
Crossing the Lines is an exploration of what unites us and divides us as people and as a region. The goal of the project is to tell stories that show the diversity of people and perspectives that make up Metro Detroit by collaborating directly with residents of the cities and neighborhoods that we’re examining.
This community-first journalism aims to engage with listeners by finding them where they live and work, by talking to them about their concerns in their community and listening, really listening, to what they have to say.
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April 9, 2019
Two of the most hazardous intersections in Michigan sit in quiet Canton Township. Officials plan to rebuild the road there. But critics have questions. Will road work keep customers from shopping? And will new development create more traffic, new road or not?
Sept. 22, 2016
Walkerville merchants are working together to attract more visitors to the Windsor neighborhood.
Sept. 16, 2016
25 percent of people living in Windsor-Essex County have immigrated to Canada.
Sept. 13, 2016
The old executive offices for Hiram Walker’s whiskey business is a tourist attraction in Windsor.
Sept. 12, 2016
WDET’s series explores what divides and unites Detroit’s Canadian neighbors.