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Broken Crayons Still Color

Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit invites all men ages 13-30 to attend "Broken Crayons Still Color,” an event dedicated to breaking the shackles of criminality, academic underachievement, and bad decisions. The event includes a powerful spoken word, a debate on “Do Black Lives Matter?.” lunch and more. The event will also celebrate the success of 255 men who are graduating from or hitting major milestones in the Goodwill’s Flip the Script program – Michigan’s largest prison diversion program. Speakers include: - Cliff Russell, radio host - Pastor David Bullock of Greater St. Matthew Baptist Church - Third Circuit Judges

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