Revitalizing Northeast Detroit through data base research – UROP Spring Symposium 2021

Revitalizing Northeast Detroit through data base research

Anna Haase


Pronouns: she/her/hers

Research Mentor(s): Patricia Bosch, Executive Director
Research Mentor School/College/Department: Nortown Community Development Corporation,
Presentation Date: Thursday, April 22, 2021
Session: Session 6 (4pm-4:50pm)
Breakout Room: Room 6
Presenter: 3

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Northeastern Detroit has long been a historical focal point in Michigan. It has a rich history that stretches back over a century, however, for much of its history it’s been utilized in an industrial manner. While this industry has brought its benefits to the area, these were not without consequences. These consequences are more apparent now than ever with the struggles of truck traffic, environmental concerns, and industrial encroachment. The goal of our research was to tackle some of these concerns and promote the true needs of the diverse community. Whether through land use hearings or research on the property and zoning use of an area, our community engaged research covered all arrays of public policy advocacy.

Authors: Patricia Bosch, Anna Haase, RIley McKenna
Research Method: Community Based Research

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