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Sex Trafficking: The 'Invisible Industry' in Detroit

03/02/15

Sex Trafficking: The 'Invisible Industry' in Detroit

Local survivors and allies against human trafficking lift the veil on the illegal business and weigh in on how to stop it in metro Detroit.

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Rapper Dej Loaf Talks Detroit, Debut Album, Making it Big

03/02/15

Rapper Dej Loaf Talks Detroit, Debut Album, Making it Big

With the backing of a new record deal, our favorite girl from the Motor City is gearing up for a new album. But is the world ready to try more DeJ Loaf?

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Give a Grand, Make a Million at MGM Grand Detroit

02/18/15

Give a Grand, Make a Million at MGM Grand Detroit

The best photos from the Give a Grand, Make a Million event to benefit the Charled H. Wright Museum in Detroit.

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Quilt in Detroit Remembers Lynching Victims, Racial Crimes

02/10/15

Quilt in Detroit Remembers Lynching Victims, Racial Crimes

April Aune Shipp's Strange Fruit quilt honors racial crime victims and is on display at The Carr Center in Detroit this February 2015.

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The Fight for Black Civil Rights and Equality Today

02/06/15

The Fight for Black Civil Rights and Equality Today

As a new frontier in Black civil rights begins, Detroit icons Martha Reeves, Walter Douglas and baseball legend Willie Horton remember the movement of 1954.

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Cass Technical High School Principal's Love of Education

02/05/15

Cass Technical High School Principal's Love of Education

Detroit educator Lisa Phillips, recently named the National Alliance of Black School Educator's principal of the year, had a passion for learning early on.

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Charles Ezra Ferrell, Founder of the Liberation Film Series

02/05/15

Charles Ezra Ferrell, Founder of the Liberation Film Series

For three years, this series at the Charles H. Wright Museum in Detroit brings the community together to watch and discuss educational films and history.

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The Preachers of Detroit Talk Religion and Reality TV

02/05/15

The Preachers of Detroit Talk Religion and Reality TV

The local religious leaders invite the world of reality TV into their lives with a new series premiering at 8 p.m. on Feb. 20, 2015 on the Oxygen network.

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Wayne State University Gets Black Theatre Program Director

02/05/15

Wayne State University Gets Black Theatre Program Director

Billicia Hines leads the university's Black Theatre Program department and makes a goal to bring the African-American community back to the stage.

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 Finding the Right Single Man for You in Detroit

02/05/15

Finding the Right Single Man for You in Detroit

The local author and relationship guru offers some advice on finding eligible bachelors and identifying ineligible men.

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