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First Last Challenge: Measuring Impact

And so we end.

The end of my year with Challenge Detroit is punctuated by an Impact Project of passion. I felt really lucky for COTS Detroit and HAVEN to accept my desire to delve into the their everyday work with my six week project.

Subject? Domestic Violence.

Immediately I was overrun with an abundance of literary work, […]

Parent – Teacher Conferences

There’s so much to parenting, Detroit. I don’t know a thing about it, but I briefly mentioned something which bristles me in the last post, and wanted to work this out a bit more.
“They just don’t care.”I’m one of those, one of the Black kids who grew up close to the city, but not in […]

Dripping Sauce

Detroit, we may have a problem.

Copy.

Academia has invaded. Do you hear me? Academia has boots on the ground.

How can this ever be cause for concern? Concepts are introduced in text, but transforming them into live action becomes a rarity as the magnitude of societal ills are leveled. Newly degreed academics are often well-intentioned with a […]

G(h)ett-o(ut)

Hey there, hey there. (Chill, Dej, I stream you, girl)

Detroit. Do you still have “ghettos?”

Per my high school honors English teacher, OED is #thetruth,
NOUN, plural ghettos, plural ghettoes:
A part of a city, especially a slum area, occupied by a minority group or groups

For those of you unaware, this is the Oxford English Dictionary

At some point […]

Tuxedo Sips

*freeze frame*

Guess you wonder how we got here, huh?

Detroit, “Zebrahead,” is set in your city and is one of the films dedicated to social reaction to interracial relations of varying sorts. Filmed in the early 90s, starring Michael Rapaport and N’Bushe Wright (don’t get me started on “Dead Presidents”), the film tackles the budding relationship […]

TATC: Tourism and the City

Honking horns. Twinkling lights. Boisterous laughter.

Hello, Detroit.

Here we are again, another holiday season and the events are popping up, making a bang, and being coined an “annual” program. Is this the new normal? Making Detroit  the go-to destination is a race to erect the biggest and baddest venues for consumerism. An arena trifecta (home to […]