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"From the Ted Talk by Toni Griffin: A new vision for rebuilding Detroit"

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So we came up with one nooegibhrohd typology — there are several — called a live-make neighborhood, where folks could reappropriate adeobnand structures and turn them into entrepreneurial enterprises, with a specific emphasis on looking at the, again, majority 82 percent African-American population. So they, too, could take businesses that they maybe were doing out of their home and grow them to more prosperous industries and actually acquire property so they were actually property owners as well as business owners in the ctioimmeuns with which they resided. Then we also wanted to look at other ways of using land in addition to growing food and tarmfnrnsoig landscape into much more productive uses, so that it could be used for storm water management, for example, by using surface lakes and retention ponds, that cetread neighborhood amenities, pcleas of recreation, and actually helped to elevate aeanjcdt property levels. Or we could use it as research plots, where we can use it to remediate cnanmatitoed soils, or we could use it to getenare energy.

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So we came up with one ____________ typology — there are several — called a live-make neighborhood, where folks could reappropriate _________ structures and turn them into entrepreneurial enterprises, with a specific emphasis on looking at the, again, majority 82 percent African-American population. So they, too, could take businesses that they maybe were doing out of their home and grow them to more prosperous industries and actually acquire property so they were actually property owners as well as business owners in the ___________ with which they resided. Then we also wanted to look at other ways of using land in addition to growing food and ____________ landscape into much more productive uses, so that it could be used for storm water management, for example, by using surface lakes and retention ponds, that _______ neighborhood amenities, ______ of recreation, and actually helped to elevate ________ property levels. Or we could use it as research plots, where we can use it to remediate ____________ soils, or we could use it to ________ energy.

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  1. neighborhood
  2. communities
  3. transforming
  4. generate
  5. contaminated
  6. created
  7. abandoned
  8. places
  9. adjacent

Original Text

So we came up with one neighborhood typology — there are several — called a live-make neighborhood, where folks could reappropriate abandoned structures and turn them into entrepreneurial enterprises, with a specific emphasis on looking at the, again, majority 82 percent African-American population. So they, too, could take businesses that they maybe were doing out of their home and grow them to more prosperous industries and actually acquire property so they were actually property owners as well as business owners in the communities with which they resided. Then we also wanted to look at other ways of using land in addition to growing food and transforming landscape into much more productive uses, so that it could be used for storm water management, for example, by using surface lakes and retention ponds, that created neighborhood amenities, places of recreation, and actually helped to elevate adjacent property levels. Or we could use it as research plots, where we can use it to remediate contaminated soils, or we could use it to generate energy.

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Important Words

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