We've covered CBAs before. But as much value as we put on our 4,500-word cover story on the issue, we realize that boiling the issue down to a four-minute video is probably going to reach a lot more people.
Enter the new YouTube short posted today at the Black Bottom Archives. It's a tight, short video featuring our old pal poet and activist Kim Hunter, and it helps explain why deep-pocketed developers who use city funds to expand their private, for-profit business enterprises should work with their new neighbors to court their approval with a legally binding agreement. The video also comes with a statement from the Equitable Detroit Coalition, noting that it's an election year, which provides an opportunity for voters to make their voices heard on the issue.