Though protests against police brutality and white supremacy have mostly taken place in the City of Detroit, the suburbs are now beginning to grapple with their own racist history and policies. Historically, sundown towns have been defined as places where African Americans weren’t permitted to live.

One Detroit Associate Producer, Will Glover, talked with BridgeDetroit’s Bryce Huffman, about his recent report on how many Detroit suburbs are wrestling with their legacy of being sundown towns that carried out anti-black policies.

Read Bryce’s article about sundown towns here >