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The Michigan Chronicle was founded in 1936 by John Sengstacke, the owner of the Chicago Defender, and has been a leading voice for African Americans in Detroit and beyond. The newspaper played a pivotal role in civil rights of the 20th century including its involvement in negotiations at the Attica Prison Riots in 1971. Additionally, the Chronicle was instrumental in uncovering abuses by the Detroit police department and its use of STRESS, a violent undercover unit.
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