Detroit's millennial mayoral candidate Myya D. Jones to speak at WSU

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Myya D. Jones, the 22-year-old woman running for mayor of Detroit, will appear on Wednesday at Wayne State University as part of a speaker series presented by the college's Black Student Union. The talk will be held from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the third floor Community Room at WSU's Undergraduate Library, 5150 Anthony Wayne Dr., Detroit.

While Mayor Mike Duggan hasn't officially announced a bid for a second term, he told more than 100 at an invitation-only private event earlier this month that he was planning on it. He is expected to make the announcement official by Feb. 4.



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