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pen. Never again in the history of our
world can we allow such an event to
Our hope is that when students
hear about these atrocities in the
future, they now will have a face to
put to a story and will stand up to do
"I think awareness needs to be
brought, because without knowledge
and awareness, you can't get rid of
ignorance," Fine said.
We believe that this event was
one small step away from hatred
and toward acceptance of all people
regardless of who they are, where
they come from or what they believe
Noah Zucker of West Bloomfield is a
junior at Grand Valley State University in
Allandale. Zucker is president of Hillel at
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Leedor Lieberman of Birmingham, Rachael Malerman
and Darrien Sherman, both of West Bloomfield, Celia
Shecter of Farmington Hills, and Zoe McCoon of Flint
spend a sunny afternoon ice skating in Clark Park in
Southwest Detroit over spring break.
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more creative and innovative than the last
— happening in Detroit. Sitting on a floor
eating dinner and supporting deserving
nonprofits at Detroit Soup, visiting different
startup companies in the M@dison Building
Downtown and joining in on spontaneous
dancing around the sanctuary during ser-
vices at the Downtown Synagogue allowed
us to see Detroit in an optimistic and
self-determined light. Native, adoptive and
Metro Detroiters alike have unbounded love
for Detroit and are dedicated to seeing their
Our week in Detroit flew by, leaving us
with new friends, unforgettable experiences
and a different view of the world. We were
pushed out of our comfort zones and subur-
ban mindsets by being forced to think about
urban issues in both an academic and highly
Not all of us plan on living in Detroit in
the future; however, we all created stronger
connections to the city — our city. We real-
ized that Detroit's challenges and opportuni-
ties aren't someone else's, but our own.
Back at the University of Michigan, we
are now 13 students who carry this message
around with us, hoping to share it with the
Recent graduate Rachael Malerman
of West Bloomfield, rising senior Ryan
Achtman of Walled Lake and rising sopho-
more Zoe McCoon of Flint are students at
the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.