Youth Leadership Summit on Race 2014
New Detroit in partnership with the University of Michigan- Dearborn will host a free Youth Leadership Summit on Race for racially diverse high school students in Grades 9-12 on November 1, 2014.

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New Detroit’s Multicultural Leadership Series

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Overview

This experience highlights the history, culture and socioeconomics of the following communities of color: African American, Arab, Asian, Chaldean, Latino and Native American. Participants attend a daylong orientation plus six 8 hour sessions.

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Benefits of Participation

  • Increases insight and understanding of the many racial and ethnic groups in Metropolitan Detroit.
  • Develops a talented and diverse group of leaders who can promote positive race relations.
  • Offers an opportunity for your organization to be recognized as one committed to racial, ethnic, and cultural understanding.

Sessions begin September 17, 2015 and end April 21, 2016.
Tuition for the Multicultural Leadership Series is $1000.00.

Click here to apply online... For more information about the Series contact: Marshalle Montgomery at: 313.664.3036 or mmontgomery@newdetroit.org

    

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.

2014 Metropolitan Detroit Race Equity Report

2014 Minority Small Business Education Series

Next session: August 19

This educational program is geared toward minority businesses that have been in operation for 5 years or less and whose revenues are $1million dollars or less. There are six modules in the Series, each covering a different topic.

There are no tuition fees.
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