March 16, 2017 | ‘Underground Railroad’ reignited by Michigan immigrants |

DETROIT — The question over what to do should a family member be unexpectedly detained by Border Patrol agents has become a focal point for local organizers since the inauguration of Donald Trump.

So much so that this week, a coalition of faith-based leaders have opened their places of worship as part of a statewide sanctuary movement, reminiscent of the Underground Railroad, which ended at the Detroit-Canadian border at the height of American slavery. | Read more here.

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