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In a small church on Detroit's east side of movement gaining strength.
One person at a time.
United we can do anything.
You know that's an improvement -- stood.
So that we just get together and put us personality.
And put four.
Progress with -- -- they joined together in the name of Kwanzaa but their focus is on something else keeping -- city of Detroit out of the hands of an emergency manager.
Tonight's purposes to stand up to order Americans against dictator -- against fascism.
The financial manager law is unconstitutional.
-- -- -- -- -- -- Because it takes away.
Are voting rights Detroit one of the oldest cities of the midwest its glory days now -- rainy -- struggling to turn around a looming 200 million dollar budget shortfall.
Minister Malik Shabazz is working to motivate citizens to fight the governor's power to was signed an emergency manager.
He believes Detroit can't succeed in getting the law overturned.
Even when others have failed.
We're not going allow the hands of the human rights -- Or the civil rights -- to be turned back courts they keep taking and taking and taking from Detroit won that leave us alone.
It's all we want.
Leave us alone and let us govern.
If we have any jerk offs and office is our job to run tomorrow.
Is not Lansing did you.
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