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Where have we been?

Where have we been?

Where are we now?

Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3

Phase 1 (2016)

We recruited stakeholders to analyze the problem, created a beginning set of system elements, and began considering a framework for a Detroit community development system.

Phase 2 (2017-2018)

We formed an Advisory Council, conducted extensive research resulting in a specific set of challenges and created Task Forces to respond to those challenges and develop test-projects for most of the elements.

Phase 3 (2019-2020)

Stakeholders will champion elements of the system, working closely with CDOs and GROs, by “test-piloting” project ideas:

  • Coordination of Capacity Building Services
  • Community Development Career Navigation Model
  • Neighborhood Vitality Success Framework
  • Neighborhood Voice and Advocacy Framework
  • At least two city-CDO funded partnerships

Simultaneously we will:

  • Activate the System Capitalization element
  • Establish a governance/oversight structure
  • Develop a process to resolve CDO coverage for all neighborhoods
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The Cost of Spatial Racism and other events

Wednesday, July 21 @ 7:00 pmMonday, September 13 @ 9:00 pm

N E X T W E E K

How does spatial racism impact social determinants of health? Urban heat island effect? Extreme weather events? How can we better protect communities of color? Join host Orlando P. Bailey for a virtual interactive dialogue with special guests Dr. Jalonne L. White-Newsome of Empowering a Green Environment and Economy, Devita Davison of FoodLab Detroit, and Detroit based environmental justice organizer Justin Onwenu. Free, open & all welcome thanks to DTE Energy.

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B L A C K P L A C E S M A T T E R

Thank you for joining us outdoors at Five Points Alley in Walnut Hills, Cincinnati for our cross-city conversation about the future of Black neighborhood ownership, narrative & imagination. Gratitude to our partners at Afrochine, Cincy Nice & Haile Foundation! We return to the The Mercantile Library on Monday, September 13, 7pm ET to discuss Equity in Education. Save the date!
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Start:
Wednesday, July 21 @ 7:00 pm

End:
Monday, September 13 @ 9:00 pm

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