A Panel held by The South East Michigan Entrepreneurs Association (SEMEA) at the Southfield Public Library on September 13, 2011

Topics Included
-The Need Education in Detroit
-An explanation of Detroit Library Closings
-Advocacy for Government Programs
-Encouragement for Entrepreneurs
-Encouragement for Black Business Patronage and Ownership

Panelists Include

Chris Terry- Co-founder of SEMEA

ZaLonya Allen - Executive Director of SEMEA

Coleman A. Young II - Michigan State Senator

Sylvia Jordan - Business Owner, Member of Faith Based Community and Former President of the Southfield City Council

Shanelle Jackson - State Representative

Nancy Quarles - Oakland County Commissioner

Ken Harris - President/CEO of the Michigan Black Chamber of Commerce

Debra Nance - Attorney at Law

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