Investing in People and Places Throughout Detroit(5:01)
with Melanca Clark of the Hudson-Webber Foundation
Feb 04, 2020
According to theU.S. Census Bureau, African Americans living in Detroit accounted for 79.1% of the total population, or approximately 532,425 people as of 2017 estimates.
Melanca Clark of the Hudson-Webber Foundation discusses the importance of affordable housing and racial equality in the City of Detroit.
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