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Published on Apr 29, 2013
It's not surprising that Detroit, America's most violent city, would have the country's most violent neighborhood. But Detroit is also home to America's second, third and seventh most violent neighborhood, as well.
According to a new study by NeighborhoodScout.com, a person living in these neighborhoods has worse than a one in ten chance of being robbed at gunpoint, beaten senseless, raped or murdered. This shocked even us.
It's a typical type of Detroit neighborhood, the kind not included in the downtown talks of money and real estate and rebirth. Here it goes church, liquor store, church, liquor store. Looking around, it's hard to know which has had the greater influence.
We're all cousins living in this thing called America, and when we're gone, the talk about us and what we were, whether you lived on American Street or the Avenue of the Americas, it's up to us about what they'll say.