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A Lil Positivity: Meet Two Black Entrepreneurs Who Are Fighting Gentrification By Rebuilding Detroit One House At A Time

Black Entrepreneurs Help Rebuild Black Neighborhoods Andrew Colom and his business-parnter David Alade want to help Detroit residents rebuild generational wealth by revitalizing communities in the Motor City. The two entrepreneurs recently sat down with Essence Magazine to discuss what
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