Detroit was on verge of reversing generations of structural racism and poverty. And then the pandemic hit

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“Its burnt out buildings were once a bigger tourist attraction than its art museum, and in 2013 Detroit went bankrupt. Yet by last year it had been transformed, with a revived downtown filled with jobs and pricey condominiums — one of several fading industrial cities across the U.S. rust-belt that had managed to breathe new life into their economies”

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