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PODCAST: Encouraging Detroit's Food Scene To Be Diverse & Sustainable With Godwin Ihentuge

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Detroit's first intentionally diverse charter school might not stay that way

It was four days into the two-week enrollment period for the new Detroit Prep charter school and Kyle Smitley was starting to worry. Smitley, the school’s co-founder, had opened Detroit Prep in September with grand ambitions of building the city’s first truly diverse charter school. She had embraced an idea that’s gained momentum across the country as educators have increasingly acknowledged that the nation’s segregated schools are hurting children and communities, and had managed to recruit...

Coworking Space Bamboo Detroit To Double In Size, Move To Washington Boulevard

Detroit’s entrepreneurial community is getting another boost. The coworking space Bamboo Detroit announced Tuesday that they’re expanding to 6,000 feet on Washington Boulevard in downtown Detroit. They’ll moving into the Julian C. Madison Building at 1420 Washington Boulevard, steps from Grand Circus Park. This is double the size of their current space on Brush Street by Ford Field. Bamboo is not only the city’s largest coworking space by membership, it’s also very diverse, with 40% of membe...

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