Roderick Miller Advocate for Equal Urban Development

Roderick Miller has lived a life that reads like a Hollywood script. Born in small-town South Carolina the son of a military engineer & Baptist Pastor who traveled the world at a time America feared the danger of the USSR. Miller’s education placed him in Historically Black Colleges and Harvard for a Master’s degree in Urban Development. Work in Phoenix developing the Economic Growth & Community Development, and work in New Orleans in post-Katrina revitalization while starting a family. Recently he left a post leading Detroit’s Economic Growth Corporation. Today he’s working in Puerto Rico and fighting for the resources needed there for Americans being treated unfairly. This podcast is unique in exploring race, poverty, accessibility, and resources. Click here to visit and listen to the Detroit is Different podcast interview with Roderick Miller.