Nov. 7, 2017 | Detroit Outreach to Immigrant Entrepreneurs Means a Perfect Carne Asada Cookout | NextCity.org

When Salvador Enriquez moved to Detroit in 1999, much of the city was still bleeding residents.

But not in Southwest Detroit.

Instead, the mostly Latino neighborhood was experiencing growth as immigrants, from Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, were drawn to the region for its low cost of living relative to other parts of the U.S. | Read more here

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