Flint is far from hopeless. It’s mounting a comeback because after decades of hoping for a silver bullet from a large corporation or the government, people here have decided to start making the future they want to see. And it’s working. Today, 81% of businesses in Flint have fewer than 10 employees.
While many people left Flint in search of greener pastures, others decided to stay in the city and start making the future they want to see. And it’s working.
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