By Carol Cain

Carol Cain hosts the second installment of the Michigan Chronicle’s 2011 Pancakes & Politics series featuring Michael Finney, president and CEO of the Michigan Economic Development Corporation; Daniel Gilbert, chairman & founder of Quicken Loans, Inc.; George Jackson, president & CEO, Detroit Economic Growth Corporation; David Egner, president & CEO, Hudson-Webber Foundation; and Sandy Barauh president & CEO, Detroit Regional Chamber. The panel discussed the latest efforts to revitalize and repopulate the city of Detroit during the event that took place on Thursday, April 21, 2011 at the Detroit Athletic Club.

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Comments (2)
  1. Marc Sims says:

    Every lower income African American neighborhood is safe and clean, with excellent schools?

    How do “we” insure every lower income African American neighborhood is safe and clean, with excellent schools?

    How do “we” get in the minds of the mothers and grandmothers who could be rising the next generation of African American criminals?

    Are African Americans too divided and conquered to create a mass movement to counter act the pop culture media control that has hoodwink us?

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