Islandview Tour Web Version | One Detroit Clip

Islandview Tour Web Version | One Detroit Clip

In the Islandview neighborhood, there’s a lot of change taking place. Learn about how the neighborhood has changed, the development that will be happening, and about businesses and non-profits that are making a positive impact in the community.
The Church of the Messiah’s Pastor Barry Randolph and youth director, Terry Holsten, take us for a ride around the neighborhood.

Want to know more about the Islandview neighborhood? Don’t miss our One Detroit / American Black Journal Solutions Roadshow airing this Thursday at 7 PM on Detroit Public Television.

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