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Black Male Engagement in Detroit

Ten activists, community leaders recognized, awarded funding for projects

Photos courtesy of Knight Foundation

The Black Male Engagement initiative recently recognized 10 male activists in the city and is awarding them a combined $200,000 to fund their individual projects in an effort to strengthen Detroit. View photos to learn more about each man and his goal. 

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