Are You a Woman of Color Living in Detroit? Take This Survey to Help Rebuild Your City

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Are you a woman of color who lives in Detroit?

Take the Detroit Women’s Economic Security Listening Project citywide survey by December 16th on the economic struggles and success of women and their families. Now is your chance to be heard!

And once you’ve taken the survey, please encourage your sister friends to take it, too! Please use this flyer to promote the survey on your personal social media pages or via email.

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ABOUT THE PROJECT

The survey is a part of the Detroit Women’s Economic Security Listening Project (DWESLP), an initiative that seeks to bring the voices of women of color from all walks to life to bear in shaping Detroit’s resurgence. The project seeks to contribute to more equitable plans for Detroit’s development that hold the advancement of the economic security of women of color and their families as central to building a better city. For additional information about the project, contact DWESLP Principal Investigator Kimberly Freeman Brown at kimbrownconsulting@gmail.org or DWESLP Project Director Marc Bayard at mbayard@ips-dc.org.

STAY IN TOUCH

Interested in learning more? Sign up for updates on the project’s upcoming activities and events by emailing Marc Bayard (mbayard@ips-dc.org).

Also, connect with us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/Detroit-Womens-Economic-Security-Listening-Project-599510270209998/) and Twitter (@DetroitProj )

Marc Bayard directs the Black Worker Initiative at the Institute for Policy Studies.

Kimberly Freeman Brown is the principal investigator for the DWESLP.