The long, slow decline of Detroit finally leads to bankruptcy.

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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Does anyone think that the riots of the late 60’s and the subsequent white flight and 4 decades of Black racist corrupt leadership may have contributed to the decline of Detroit?

Many factors contributed to the decline of Detroit

The decline of Detroit is just the beginning 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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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.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.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.The 2012 documentary Detropia documents the socioeconomic crisis facing Detroit after the 2008 economic recession. It follows three principal figures—a blogger, a nightclub owner, and the president of the union of autoworkers—as well as a pair of artists, the Coys, later in the documentary. Each person shares their experience for what they see as the challenges and opportunities facing Detroit, most of which center around the city’s shrinking population and future, as well as the causes. Particularly, the documentary highlights three main causes for the decline of Detroit—a lack of viable and sstainable employment, a lack of the middle class and a sense of community, and a lack of education and preparation for being competitive in the 21st century.