Why tell “our” story – the story of tenants? Why center tenants in historical analyses of time and place? What can this contribute to our understanding, and to the process of reclamation and reparations? “A People’s Story of Detroit” helps us answer these questions. View below, and stay tuned for the “People’s Atlas of Detroit” – which uses counter-mapping and principles of radical cartography alongside oral histories, hand-drawn maps and photography to highlight the spatial visions of social justice of residents who have been excluded from ongoing debates over the city’s future – which is still in development.