Category: Env. Health Justice and Equitable Development

February 15, 2019February 15, 2019
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United Community Housing Coalition

There have been 135,000 tax foreclosures in Detroit since 2009, and more than 50,000 occupied homes are stuck in chronic tax delinquency. Michelle Daine Bell was one of those homeowners.  In 2018, United Community Housing Coalition worked with nearly 5,000 households to resolve tax and mortgage foreclosures, allowing Detroiters like Michelle to buy their homes...

Detroit Environmental Agenda
March 14, 2017March 28, 2017
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Detroit Environmental Agenda

Video by Cass Corridor Films. Unsustainable development can negatively impact public health. The Detroit Health Department and Detroit Environmental Agenda are arming residents with data, advocacy tools, and job opportunities to fight current and legacy pollution that is causing lead poisoning, asthma, and other environmental health problems.