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Power Perspectives Deliver Quick, Tangible Examples and Takeaways of Detroit’s Innovative Spirit

Through discussions of art, community spirit, innovative design, and intelligent redevelopment, the Power Perspectives delivered at the 2017 Detroit Policy Conference shined a light on how Detroit has become a beacon for creativity and growth.

Rita Fields, executive vice president of the Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit, discusses how the theatre is transforming young lives and reinvigorating the city through art and culture during a Power Perspective at the 2017 Detroit Policy Conference.


Cornetta Lane, founder of Pedal to Porch, discusses the importance of community, history, and why “Detroit is not a blank canvas” during a Power Perspective at the 2017 Detroit Policy Conference.


Olga Stella, executive director of Detroit Creative Corridor Center, discusses the importance of design in cities and how Detroit is a prime example of how design should be utilized during a Power Perspective at the 2017 Detroit Policy Conference.


David Alade, co-founder of Century Partners, speaks about ideas for redevelopment in Detroit during a Power Perspective at the 2017 Detroit Policy Conference.

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