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Transcript of Detroit
the City of Detroit? •Problems about mono culture
•Crisis as chance –> diversification
•Urban Farming as example 1. The rise… •The success story of Henry Ford
•“Big Three” 2. …and fall
•The slow fall
•Rise of the Japanese ↓- 3. Future development 4. Conclusion Henry Ford 30. July 1863 Greenfield Township, USA; † 7. April 1947 Dearborn, Michigan Reason for glory of Detroit -Chief engineer of the
“Edison Illuminating Company” Quadricycle -“Detroit Automobile Company” (1899) -“Ford Motor Company” 1903 - 1908 sales start of Model T Henry Ford Ford 999 new speed record 147.05 km/h Model T (Tin Lizzy) Model T, Assembly line - 1913 Assembly line - 1927, 15 million cars sold Welcome To The
Motor City "Big Three" Detoit attractive for migration
especially for Afro Americans "Big Three" So much for the Success Detroit Reasons for the fall - 1967 riot/rebellion Detroit: Red represents White, Blue is Black, Green is Asian, Orange is Hispanic, Gray is Other, and each dot represents 25 people (Associated Newspapers Ltd) - social inequalities of the 1940s and 1950s Crisis trough gas price
and rival concerns Oil crisis
1979/80 How to solve the problem get to the root of the problem "Big Three" in comparison Think "Green" Ghost Town-Motown How to solve the problem pt.2 Urban farming