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Michigan Roundtable For Diversity And Inclusion

September 25 2011 | 3 comments

The Michigan Roundtable For Diversity And Inclusion, known originally as the Detroit Interfaith Roundtable, helps communities that are undergoing demographic changes.

Plymouth-Canton is one of the many communities becoming increasingly diverse. The Michigan Roundtable came to the community in 2009 and launched town hall meetings.  Now, there’s a citizens council continuing the work, and addressing diversity, inclusion and equity issues.

Tom Costello, the president of the Michigan Roundtable, says it was a natural fit to come to Plymouth-Canton, and says the community embraces the work.


Click here for a link to the Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion website.




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  1. Leslie Brooks September 27, 2011

    The panel was diverse enough however, I did not see a Native American Indian or have they left the se mi area?


  2. William Gruebbs October 2, 2011

    I would like to comment and discuss issues concerning race, class, teenagers, inequality in economics, and the state dhs proverty and low income families urban society.


  3. Michigan Roundtable October 11, 2011

    This reply is for both Leslie and William. Thank you both for your posts.

    For Leslie: We did work with Native Americans in Plymouth Canton. This short video only showed some of the people that we worked with. There is a longer video at our You Tube channel:

    For William: You can be a part of this conversation by attending our Race2Equity


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