African Americans and Social Mobility in Detroit seeks to develop a better understanding of the experiences of the working class of African Americans living in Detroit, Michigan. The program is particularly interested in what it is like for members of this group to live and work in Detroit. They would like to learn more about their perception of opportunities for African Americans i
Healthy Environments Partnership (HEP) was founded in 2000. We are a community-based participatory research (CBPR) parthership with a focus on understanding and promoting heart health in Detroit neighborhoods.
The UM Library’s Detroit Center program was created in response to the University’s effort to help the city of Detroit’s recovery and resurgence. The Library is dedicated to offering collaborative assistance in support of the Detroit Center partners’ research, teaching and service efforts in Detroit.