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East Pole Town to many Detroit residents is Chene, over there by the old Packard Plant, or Tyree Guyton’s artistic footprint. For the families that live in the community, it is a place with rooted traditions. Jasmine Noble taught at the James and Grace Lee Boggs School and had the plan to connect the school to the community. Jasmine was in love with the Boggs approach of collective learning, leadership, and community. This inspired her nonprofit ComeUnity One Stop to start as a wrap-around service provider for young people 18 – 24 years old. Jasmine joins the Freedom Dreams collective with her organization and is now steeped in a community project about family empowerment. Learn more about Jasmin Noble’s journey and story in her Detroit is Different feature.
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