It’s crazy to have been learning about a complete new city outside of my hometown since it’s so much more different than where I’m from. It’s kind of weird to think that Detroit is split up into parts if that makes any sense. For example, there’s the 7.2, where most of the richer folks of Detroit live. Now I know every city probably has one of those but not to the extent where there is 7.2 square miles full of it; my hometown isn’t even a square mile! Then with our community members, Anti-racism, we went about discussing the many experiences that each one of us has experienced when it came to racism and our particular stand on when we learned about it at first. Not only that but watching the video of the people that had lived in Detroit for years and they’re now getting kicked out because of all the rich people trying to remodel everything and takeover to rise the prices of living. It’s sad to see that happen since I’ve never experienced it, but to have my family be in that situation would be unimaginable. Hopefully things turn around in that aspect and there’s consideration in the future to make it more about the people and less about the money.