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Monthly Archives: March 2014

25 black men making Detroit stronger

by: Tonya Allen | Mar. 25th, 2014 By now, you’ve likely heard of the new federal initiative called My Brother’s Keeper, which is putting hundreds of millions of dollars into the fight to improve outcomes for boys of color, especially African American boys. Here at the Foundation, the news was met with cheers and renewed […]

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Tonya Allen: Are you repping ‘Our Detroit’?

by: Tonya Allen | Mar. 11th, 2014 Detroit is at a crossroads. Depending on where you stand in the city, your opportunities might seem endless or your opportunities appear to be shrinking. If you are a Detroiter, your perspective is colored by whether you consider yourself a part of a new, emerging Detroit or a […]

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