Detroit Sunday Journal

The Detroit Sunday Journal was a weekly newspaper published from November 19, 1995 through November 21, 1999 by striking workers from The Detroit News and The Detroit Free Press. It was staunchly pro-union, and focused on labor issues as well as local news. It was one of the longest-running "temporary" newspapers ever.

There were calls for it to become a daily paper in the Detroit area, given its left-leaning tendencies and pro-union focus. The calls went unheeded, however, and it closed down as the Detroit Newspaper strike was called off by the six unions participating in it.

Famous quotes containing the words journal and/or sunday:

    What the Journal posits is not the tragic question, the Madman’s question: “Who am I?”, but the comic question, the Bewildered Man’s question: “Am I?” A comic—a comedian, that’s what the Journal keeper is.
    Roland Barthes (1915–1980)

    I’m a Sunday School teacher, and I’ve always known that the structure of law is founded on the Christian ethic that you shall love the Lord your God and your neighbor as yourself—a very high and perfect standard. We all know the fallibility of man, and the contentions in society, as described by Reinhold Niebuhr and many others, don’t permit us to achieve perfection.
    Jimmy Carter (James Earl Carter, Jr.)