A recent survey found that of 500 women of color in Detroit, 71 percent of them felt left out of the city’s ongoing redevelopment.

The survey, conducted by a progressive think tank based in Washington, D.C., was released this morning and also notes that 73 percent of survey responders felt that big businesses were shaping Detroit’s future.

The report is authored by Kimberly Freeman Brown, an Atlanta native who…

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