The initial hearing of the Citizens Inquiry into the Dexter Avenue Fire in Detroit on Saturday was a significant event in the life of the working class.
At a well-attended meeting on April 13 in Detroit, the Citizens Inquiry into the Dexter Avenue Fire released its findings and recommendations.
At the report-back meeting of the Citizens Inquiry into the Dexter Avenue Fire, Detroit residents voted unanimously in favor of the committee’s findings, and established a committee to advance the struggle against utility shutoffs.
Sylvia Young speaks to the report-back meeting of the Citizens Inquiry into the Dexter Avenue fire on April 13, 2010 in Detroit, Michigan. The fire occurred on March 2, just hours after her gas and electricity were cut off by local utility monopoly, DTE Energy.
A referee at the Third Circuit Court in Detroit on Friday threw out the case against Sylvia Young, the 31-year-old mother who lost three small children in a house fire on March 2. Keywords (at least 5 words or phrases, separated by commas): Sylvia Young, DTE, Detroit, fires, energy, “illegal hookups,” Citizen’s Inquiry into the Dexter Avenue Fire
Despite ruling by referee
A court appointed guardian is pursuing charges of neglect in a new court only a day after a ruling by a court referee to dismiss a case against Sylvia Young, the Detroit mother who lost three young children in a March 2 house fire.
Mother who lost three children in Detroit fire speaks out
The effort by the state of Michigan to frame up Sylvia Young, the mother of three small children who perished in a Detroit house fire on March 2, is falling apart as the charges of neglect against the 30-year-old mother have been exposed as nothing but a concoction by the authorities.