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Globaldetroit: From Bangladesh, Kazi Miah and his family moved to Queens, New York when he was nine years old. In search of a less expensive cost of living, his family decided to relocate when he was 18. The choice came down to Atlanta or Detroit. “People that lived here had positive things to say about Hamtramck,” he says, citing its sense of community, religious diversity and walkability as some of its positives. “I’m happy my dad moved here…my time and service are more valuable here than in New York — in New York, I’d be a needle in a haystack.” At the young age of 30, Miah has already left a mark. He quickly landed a job at a local branch of National City Bank, which is where he “started meeting people in the community,” he says. Now, he also owns a pizza parlor that blends Indian, Italian, Middle Eastern and American cuisines and runs an after school program for Bangladeshi youth. “When I moved here, I recognized a lack of youth guidance in the Bangledeshi community,” he says. Miah utilized the structure of an existing agency as a platform for his efforts, but believes the immigrant community could greatly benefit from structural assistance in starting such initiatives. Currently, most services, including education, translation, transportation and connectivity to agencies such as the Secretary of State and Social Security Administration are informal, but he sees a need for a “constructive organization” to lend a hand to newcomers just arriving. Bouyed by his business and community successes and inspired by the Barack Obama campaign that he volunteered for, Miah ran for a seat on the Hamtramck City Council in 2009. He started knocking on doors in search of votes from all demographics. “There was mean stuff, discouraging stuff, doors slammed in my face,” he says, but he ended up as the top vote-getter in the race and began his term in 2010. “I was a Muslim kid in a traditionally Polish Catholic town, but everyone voted for me — they saw me for who I am.”
Date: 2013-05-20 19:35:04 GMT


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This is the story of my parents, Yonina Warshovski and Meyer Matisovitch (changed to Mathis ) who left Lithuania around 1924.  My father could not get a visa to the U.S. but was able to go to Toronto, Canada, where he stayed with my mother’s cousins, the Siegles. He was in Canada long enough to get citizenship. He would cross the border and visit my mother until  he was eligible to come into the U.S.  They married in Detroit around 1927. My mother joined her parents, sister and brother in Detroit, who had all arrived at different times and earlier.    She was the last to arrive. In Detroit she went to Wayne State University . Both my parents taught Hebrew at the United Hebrew School for over 40 years.  


Post on: 2014-06-10 23:08:21 GMT

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Rudaina Hamade is the picture perfect portrait of the American Dream come true.  She is a Lebanese immigrant who feels privileged and honored to be an American, came to America at a young age, used her time efficiently, worked very hard, and demonstrated high levels of achievements over the years. Rudaina’s commitment to success enabled her to build a successful Small Business and raise a role model family. Today, Rudaina is a proud member of the Council on Small Business at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the president of the Dearborn Chapter at the National Association of Professional Women.  

Rudaina values Liberty and Justice that protect women’s rights, allow them to prosper and live in dignity. She takes pride in the Free Enterprise System and Small Business opportunities that are available to all. Her unique and diverse cultural experiences have enriched and enabled her to become a cosmopolitan leader in the world of business.  

Over the years, being a mother of three, she exhausted every effort to balance between career and motherhood, pursuing a Finance Degree while raising children, and successfully managing a small family business. Rudaina graduated with highest honors, and counseled companies on trade related issues at the International Business Center in Southwest MI. She also authored a book on international business which was used by Lake Michigan College and shared by other International Business Centers across the U.S.

Rudaina’s greatest accomplishment is being a motivator and a mentor to her children, who are now her partners. This family team has developed and successfully operated multiple ventures, to name a few, New York Consulting Company, Tax Centers of America, Detroit Homes 4 Less, and several other joint ventures in partnership with a group of New York real estate developers.

In the midst of the worst financial crisis of 2008, Detroit Homes 4 Less was created. The fallout of the Big 3 with massive job losses forced investors to abandon the Detroit Market. However, Rudaina and her son, Michael, refused to give up on their community, acquired financial backing, and reinvested in Detroit. The family’s core values of integrity, honesty, family, work ethics, social responsibility, and diversity, which are the solid foundation of their business culture, enabled Detroit Homes 4 Less to be an icon in the Detroit community. After six years, this family’s persistence prevailed by helping others while rebuilding the city they admire. Rudaina and her children are the true definition of the American dream.

Detroit Homes 4 Less is catering to low income families, providing them affordable home ownership, and creating jobs in the local neighborhoods. They are sponsoring various events with local churches on educating home buyers on budgeting and home ownership. Rudaina and family are committed and passionate about building communities. They are proud to take part in revitalizing the Detroit Metro community One Home, One block at a Time. 


Post on: 2013-07-08 13:49:34 GMT

My Proud Finnish Heritage:

By – Kate (Koponen) Brennan

My father was born and raised in Raleigh, North Dakota, an area with a climate familiar to my grandfather Tapani Koponen’s original home. He emigrated from Finland in the early 1900s. My father, Melvin Koponen, and many of his Finnish cousins gradually moved from North Dakota and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to Detroit to find work in the manufacturing business as tool makers and engineers in the early 1940s.

My mother was not Finnish, so it was my Aunt Helen Koponen, along with my father, who spent time teaching me about my Finnish heritage. Each night my father would read to me from the Kalevala, the great Finnish epic, which like the Iliad and the Odyssey, grew out of a rich oral tradition with prehistoric roots. I recently learned it was one of Tolkien’s inspirations for The Lord of the Rings.

When I was a toddler, my aunt gave me my first traditional Finnish costume (see photo), and each year on my birthday, she would make me my own loaf of Nisu, the most delicious sweet coffee bread I have ever tasted. I would like to share that recipe for those of you who might like to savor this special Finnish treat. I like it toasted with melted butter and just a tiny bit of jam.

I am thankful to my father and my aunt Helen for instilling in me a sense of pride in my Finnish heritage.

Finnish Nisu – Sweet Bread (Total Time: 3 hrs.)

Ingredients —
2 packages active dry yeast
¾ cup warm water
1 (13 ounce) can undiluted evaporated milk, heated to 110 degrees
½-1 cup sugar
2 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon crushed cardamon, seed
4 eggs, beaten
½ cup softened butter
8 – 9 cups all-purpose flour
egg, mixed with milk, for glaze
Pearl sugar or sliced almonds or plain sugar, for decoration

Directions:
1. Dissolve the yeast in the warm water.
2. Stir in the milk, sugar, salt, cardamom, eggs and enough flour to make a batter (approx. 2 cups).
3. Beat until dough is smooth and elastic
4. Add about 3 cups of flour and beat well.
5. Dough should be smooth and glossy in appearance.
6. Add remaining flour 1 cup at a time until dough is stiff.
7. Add the butter,  beat until dough looks glossy again.
8. Turn out onto floured board, cover with inverted bowl.
9. Let rest for 15 minutes.
10. Knead until smooth and satiny.
11. Place in lightly greased bowl, turn dough to grease top, cover lightly and let rise in warm place – until doubled in size.
12. Punch down; let rise again.
13. Turn out onto a lightly floured board, divide into 3 parts, and divide each part into 3.
14. Shape each piece of dough into a strip 16 inches long by rolling between palms and board.
15. Braid 3 strips together into a straight loaf and pinch ends together and tuck under.
16. Repeat for second and third loafs.
17. Place on lightly greased baking sheets.
18. Let rise until puffy (1/2 to 1 hour).
19. Glaze loaves with a mixture of beaten egg and milk.
20. Sprinkle with sugar and sliced almonds.
21 Bake at 400 degrees for 25-30 minutes.
22. Do not over bake – or bread will be +dry.


Post on: 2013-12-02 19:59:00 GMT

"Amit Deshpande brings Bollywood to Detroit":

A recent Detroit Metro Times article by Brett Callwood features Indian singer and immigrant Amit Deshpande, who brings classic to contemporary Bollywood music to Detroiters.

Amit Deshpande brings Bollywood to Detroit

You might not know it, but Detroit has a big basement Bollywood scene.

Excerpt:

Amit Deshpande is an Indian singer who is well-known to metro Detroit’s Indian population. He lives in a beautiful home in Troy, and regularly performs to crowds of 350 people. A quiet night for him is a show in front of 150 spectators. His repertoire includes Bollywood favorites (both classic and contemporary), and ghazels (slower, chill ballads). This weekend, he’s warming up for Bollywood singer Poonam Bhatia, who is coming in from India. And yet, chances are, you’ve never heard of him before. Let’s change that.

Deshpande, an IT consultant by day, arrived in the United States from India in 2001, initially to study for his master’s degree in California. He later moved to Chicago with work, before settling in Michigan in 2004. He made himself at home right away. “Detroit has a lot of music buffs,” he says. “There’s a big Indian music industry here. You might have seen a lot of ads coming up for concerts. Every now and then, there’s a big singing star coming here to do concerts — they always want to come here and do performances because they get a great audience. It’s like a rock concert.”

Deshpande is an immediately likable gent. He speaks softly, and he smiles throughout the interview. He has no airs and graces, and he seems genuinely excited to be speaking to a non-Indian publication, hopefully turning a few new people from different walks of life onto Indian music. If not, your loss. And there are plenty of Indian people here to enjoy it. “The way the Indian lifestyle is, the way we grew up, music is almost in everyone,” he says. “You grew up hearing music, the radio is always on in the house, so almost everyone has an ear for music. That’s how people who actually grew up in that lifestyle, when they come here, they’re the same way. Indian kids get it too. So there’s a demand, or liking, not just from people who have immigrated but from people who are born here.”

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To see when and where he’ll be next, check Amit’s Facebook page.


Post on: 2014-05-16 13:41:00 GMT



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