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How to Live in Detroit Without Being a Jackass
By (author): Aaron Foley
9781948742313 Paperback, Trade English General Trade : Age (years) from 17 TRAVEL / United States / Midwest / East North Central Oct 12, 2018
$29.95 CAD
Active 6 x 9 x 0.64 in 288 pages Belt Publishing
Are you moving to Detroit because your rent is too high? Did you read somewhere that all you needed to buy a house was the change in your couch cushions? Are you terrified to live in a majority-black city? Welcome to Detroit! And welcome to the guidebook that you coastal transplants, wary suburbanites, unwitting gentrifiers, idealistic starter-uppers and curious onlookers desperately need. Now updated for 2018, How to Live In Detroit Without Being a Jackass offers advice on everything from how to buy and rehab a house to how not to sound like an uninformed racist. Let us help you avoid falling into the "jackass" trap and become the productive, healthy Detroiter you've always wanted to be.

Aaron Foley grew up in Detroit, which gives him more street cred than a lot of others. He has written about Detroit for several local and national publications includingCNN,Jalopnik, andMLive. He is the editor ofThe Detroit Neighborhood Guidebook and was appointed Detroit's first Chief Storyteller by Mayor Mike Duggan in 2017. He (still) lives in Detroit.

“Aaron Foley possesses a preternatural ability to parse issues of race, class, urbanism, and pop culture in a complex and generous way that avoids tired orthodoxies and knee-jerk justifications but is always on the proper side of social justice.” —Vanity Fair

"The picture Foley paints isn’t always pretty, but it’s always real. All readers — native Detroiters and new arrivals, citizens of America and residents of outer Mongolia — should thank him for telling it like it is. Isn’t that what all books are supposed to do?" —The Millions

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