Terryn is packing up and moving to the D for a new gig! To help get her ready, we convened some folks who have Big Thoughts about the state of the blackest city in America.
Angela Flournoy, a PBer and the author of the critically acclaimed new novel, The Turner House, set her book in Detroit, the city where her father grew up. And Siwatu Moore, a writer in Brooklyn, is a Detroit native.
Will Detroit have to morph into something unrecognizable in order to survive? And does Detroit have more cat daddies per capita than any city in the world? These very important questions in this week’s episode of the PB podcast.