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Dennis and Hadas Bernard of
Birmingham with Ned Staebler of
Detroit

tion of the complete series of articles
about entrepreneurs that appeared in
this publication and other newspapers
over the last several months.
The reporting project was funded
and organized by the New Economy
Initiative and New Michigan Media.
The two organizations are investing in
the robust culture of entrepreneurship
and innovation in the state, which
is largely taking place in ethnic and
minority communities.
"It's the importance of putting a
focus, a spotlight on the contribu-
tions of minorities to this region's
economy and not to underestimate
and to celebrate the work that minori-
ties have done in the past, the present
and the future of Michigan:' said Hayg
Oshagan, executive director of New
Michigan Media.
Oshagan coordinates the network
that consists of the publishers of the
Arab-American News, Jewish News,
Latino Press, Michigan Chronicle and
Michigan Korean Weekly.
"We have some of the best and
brightest, and I think, most impor-
tantly, this is about uplifting our city,
our region, our state and our commu-
nities:' said Arthur M. Horwitz, pub-
lisher/executive editor of the Jewish
News.
"We can't build the fabric of com-
munity without entrepreneurs, with-
out the small business owners who are
the storefronts, the faces, the employ-
ers, the economic engine, the taxpay-
ers who make the system work:' said
David 0. Egner, NEI executive direc-
tor. "We've got to rebuild Michigan's
engine, much like the governor said,
on the back of new ideas and new
ventures:'
NEI (www.neweconomyinitiative.
org) is an innovative philanthropic
effort to accelerate the transition of
Metro Detroit to an innovation-based
economy; it is a special project of the
Community Foundation for Southeast
Michigan and supports entrepreneur-
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