Visible corruption in Detroit schools

I don't normally like those collections of photos of decaying not-so-old buildings--well, maybe the first 1,000 were OK--but Vice Magazine has a really good one here. It's a collection of closed-down Detroit school buildings full of books, furniture, and even personal student records, but no copper parts or anything else that could be sold. The kicker is that companies were contracted to do this work a long time ago, but somehow or other it didn't get done.

Via Archinect

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