Wednesday, July 28, 2021
Michael Ford Uses Hip-Hop Culture to Introduce Underrepresented Youth to Architecture and Design
After earning a master’s in architecture from the University of Detroit Mercy in 2006, Michael Ford’s first job offer came from Hamilton Anderson Associates, an esteemed, Black-owned local studio. “I had the blessing of Rainy Hamilton, someone from the community looking to make sure that African Americans have a real chance to work at a firm,” Ford says.
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