Immigrants Are Driving The Economic Recovery In Detroit, Creating A Cultural Tourist Destination

Downtown Detroit, Michigan from Windsor, Ontario (21760939812)
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Beside rows of rusting shipping containers, a decorative wrought iron fence surrounds Taquería Mi Pueblo, one of the first family-run Mexican restaurants in southwest Detroit, Michigan. Its owner, Jalisco-native José de Jesús López, surveys the trees he planted and his ornamental roosters. “Everything was abandoned, a dump over there,” he said, walking down Dix Street. When…


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