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The urban assemblage of immigrant organizations in southeast Michigan: Documenting functionality and socio-spatial embeddedness

February 2018 - August 2019

With the Arab American Heritage Council as community partner and Flint, Michigan as site of study, our research aims to identify, describe and examine migrant-led organizations, specifically their activities and relationship to resources, institutions, infrastructure and community within their socio-spatial location. We draw from assemblage thinking, and apply participatory and ethnographic approaches to research. Findings from this pilot study would provide foundational data for future research with broader scope and for an interactive digital space for capacity building and coalition building with migrant-led organizations in Michigan.

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