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Can we build inclusive, innovative local economies?

Fifty years ago, Detroit was raging hot with racial tension between a predominantly black population and a predominantly white police force. That powder keg exploded at the Algiers Hotel in 1967. The new movie "Detroit" explores this historic event. In that same year, legendary Cleveland Browns running back Jim Brown assembled many of the nation's top athletes in Cleveland at the Ali Summit to show support for Muhammad Ali, whose undeterred social activism had been met with a ban from the pro boxing world that he was destined to dominate. Read More

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