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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?

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  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.

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  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: http://www.youtube.com/michiganroundtable#p/u/35/_u-SCSAjhJc

    For William: You can be a part of this conversation by attending our Race2Equity Conference.www.miroundtable.org/race2equity.html

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