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Before the ghetto riot of 1967, Detroit's black population had the highest rate of home-ownership of any black urban population in the country, and their unemployment rate was just 3.4 percent. It was not despair that fueled the riot. It was the riot which marked the beginning of the decline of Detroit to its current state of despair. Detroit's population today is only half of what it once was, and its most productive people have been the ones who fled. [Note: In , states that over 20% of Detroit's adult black population in the 1950s and 1960s was out of work, along with 30% of black youth between eighteen and twenty-four]

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Take a look at this shocking collection of photos from tumblr. By comparing street view images taken between 2008 and 2013, you can witness the sad and immediate decline of Detroit, a city that has seen its population shrink, and now has over 70,000 abandoned buildings.

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Take a look at this shocking collection of photos from tumblr. By comparing street view images taken between 2008 and 2013, you can witness the sad and immediate decline of Detroit, a city that has seen its population shrink, and now has over 70,000 abandoned buildings.

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“It was not despair that fueled the riot,” he wrote. “It was the riot which marked the beginning of the decline of Detroit to its current state of despair. Detroit's population today is only half of what it once was, and its most productive people have been the ones who fled.” Second, I wanted to thank you for these posts on Detroit. I also wanted to post a michigan resident’s perspective on the decline of Detroit. I have been busy with work so that’s why I am posting a few weeks after this article. Hopefully you can still read my comments.
The Decline Of Detroit

Street-View Photos That Show The Decline of Detroit’s Neighborhoods

Both by sociologist and photographer Camilo José Vergara, who has been documenting the precipitous decline of Detroit for 25 years, and by Andrew Moore, who is renowed fro his large-format photography, will be on display through February 18, 2013.

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Before the ghetto riot of 1967, Detroit's black population had the highest rate of home-ownership of any black urban population in the country, and their unemployment rate was just 3.4 percent. It was not despair that fueled the riot. It was the riot which marked the beginning of the decline of Detroit to its current state of despair. Detroit's population today is only half of what it once was, and its most productive people have been the ones who fled. [Note: In , states that over 20% of Detroit's adult black population in the 1950s and 1960s was out of work, along with 30% of black youth between eighteen and twenty-four]

Reasons for the Decline of Detroit

The city of Detroit, in the U.S

Two decades into the serious decline of Detroit, much of the city has now become reminiscent of a post-apocalyptic movie’s B-Roll, and a Tumblog called has combed through Google Street View and Bing images to show the world just how quickly (and far) things went south.