Nonprofits are more complicated than they seem. At ProsperUS, I think there is an unspoken expectation that everyone working in the nonprofit are doing it for the right reasons. It takes a lot to keep a nonprofit running. Someone is always looking for grants to support the efforts of the nonprofit without compromising the integrity of the organization. ProsperUS has a small team and it’s common for everyone work long hours to put not there programs. I am impressed at how dedicated they are to helping as many people as they can. The ProsperUS team could be more racially diverse, however everyone there are all on the same page. They all want to do whatever it takes to support as many people in the marginalized communities in and around Detroit as they can. They also work with other organizations with similar work culture that can better serve the people that they cannot. ProsperUs Detroit is like the epitome of antiracism and inclusivity. Not only for the people they are supporting, but for themselves as well. I’ve learned about some of their learning curves and they were responded to with patience and understanding that I believe most people deserve.