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Under the surface of Detroit’s nascent comeback, there’s a movement of new black-owned businesses popping up across the city, breathing new life into the city’s black-middle class that nearly disappeared in the 1990s and early 2000s.

Crain’s profiled 10 black-owned small businesses that have grown since the Great Recession in Detroit ahead of the annual Detroit Homecoming gathering of expats, major themes of which are entrepreneurship and rebuilding Detroit’s black middle class.

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