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Quiana Broden

Cooking with Que: Detroit foodie to launch school program out of new food incubator and kitchen

Food blogger Quiana Broden will open a new culinary hub, called simply The Kitchen, in New Center. But what she's most excited about is working with 10 schools to provide free courses on food purchasing, cooking, and kitchen skills.

Asia Hamilton, the director and chief curator of The NorWest Art Gallery

NorWest Art Gallery brings local, urgent art and conversation to Grandmont Rosedale

Part exhibition space, part gathering space, the NorWest Art Gallery invites creators, curators, and adorers of art to engage with one another.

Sharon Murphy, founder of Clothes 4 Jobs

Looking the part: One woman's mission to dress job candidates to their fullest potential

Clothes 4 Jobs Detroit, a nonprofit that launches next month, has the goal of providing underserved Detroit-area job candidates with professional attire for job fairs, interviews, and their future careers.

Amanda Alexander, founder of the Detroit Justice Center

Restorative justice city: One woman's quest to create a more just Detroit

The Detroit Justice Center will provide community legal services to underserved Detroiters, support other equity organizations, and promote "just city" initiatives with the ultimate goal of creating a more just Detroit.

Namira Islam, the co-Founder and co-Director of MuslimARC

Anti-racism organization to renovate house in Detroit for racial justice workshops, community events

MuslimARC is a faith-based human rights organization focused on addressing racial justice. After purchasing a house in the Dexter-Linwood neighborhood, the organization will soon have a physical space to host workshops and community events. 
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