is the Afrofuturist griot, record producer, activist, and pioneer of Entertainment Justice. As a cultural designer, he is a national award- winning music producer, performer, and curator. Through his practice Bryce Detroit demonstrates the power of using music entertainment arts and community legacies, to design cultural infrastructure for preserving, producing, and promoting new Afrikan-Indigenous narratives, cultural literacies, and cooperative music economies. A prominent community advocate, Bryce Detroit grows intersectional self-determined communities as culture director of Center for Community Based Enterprises (C2BE), international delegate for East Michigan Environmental Action Council, and co- founder of Detroit Community Wealth Fund.
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