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2015 Youth Leadership Summit on Race Participants
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Closing the Gap 2016 Honorees
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Conversation on Race with College Students
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Multicultural Leadership Series Graduates
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New Detriot President and CEO Shirley Stancato with Chariman Bill Taubman

New Detroit's 2016 Minority Small Business Education Series

The Minority Small Business Education Series is a practical overview of essential business topics. The Series is for minority and non-minority small businesses operating in recognized Metropolitan Detroit “low to moderate income” neighborhoods.

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Candidates are Encouraged to Apply for New Detroit’s Multicultural Leadership Series

This series is an highly innovative approach to building cultural competency. Our goal is to develop a greater understanding of the distinctive and subtle differences between racial and ethnic groups and to provide the tools to enhance communication. Candidates should represent individuals holding key leadership positions within area corporations, businesses, or faith based/community organizations.



New Detroit's 2015 Annual Report to the Community

New Detroit, Inc. is a unique coalition where Southeast Michigan's leaders come together to plan cooperative strategies and to demonstrate their commitment to the region. The coalition works to impact the actions of individuals and institutions by serving in a number of roles: advocate, catalyst, convener and facilitator. We are proud to share our 2015 accomplishments in this report that highlights the work New Detroit does.



Our Mission

New Detroit: a racial justice organization
The metropolitan Detroit leadership organization working to identify and eliminate racial disparities in the region by building economic equity, social justice and racial understanding.

Our Address

535 Griswold St | Suite 2500

Detroit, MI 48226

313-664-2000

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Your tax-deductible contribution to New Detroit helps fulfill our mission of improving race relations in the metropolitan Detroit region. It's quick, easy, and secure.