Facing Change for Empreinte Digitale and French TV
Once known as the world’s automotive center, Detroit was the home of 1.85 million people in the 1950s. Its population is now 951,000 and there are an estimated 80,000 abandoned buildings within the city. These city ruins were created by waves of lay-offs and the corporate collapses of the Detroit auto industry.
Detroit’s Gleaner’s Food Bank delivers 75,000 daily meals across the Detroit area. Gleaners provides food to over 400 partners – soup kitchens, food pantries, shelters, human services and nonprofit organizations that serve meals or distribute food packages.